Sure you can, just like insuring any other personal property.
Yes. Most insurance will refer to the car by VIN number, and not by license plate.
there is never a bad time to have insurance. Yes, you should regardless if the car is registered or not.
You can insure a car for it's value or any amount you want. It does not have to be registered. If you are storing a car in a garage for a long period of time, it is a good idea to insure it against and damage.
If the car is registered, meaning that it has license plates, it must have liability insurance. If you hace a loan, the bank probably requires insurance. If it is just sitting on private property without tags, no insurance needed.
If your car is registered in VA and you live there, and they find out that it's not insured, they will fine you $500 PER CAR for not having insurance. They'll find out eventually.
Yes. Only a registered owner of a car can get the insurance. The insurance policy document and registration documents of a car both should be in a name of one person. The mismatching of documents leads to legal complications. So it is important to ensure that to get insurance, you have to be the registered owner of a car.
If you want to keep it registered and keep the plates, yes.
No. The car must be registered to you.
If you OWN a car it can be insured.If it is to be driven it must be registered correctly for the insurance to be validI have an antique sports car that has not been driven or registered for two years, but it is insured.
Yes, as long as you have the title or transfer of ownership registration.