actually it can just be sure to check the engine for things as rust or gas leakage so when you start the car it doesn't have any issues. So my answer would be DEPENDS!THEcar would work but i would have it checked so the car doesnt backfire on you by the highway and stuff so dont just get on the car and expect it to work for 5 years because you have to get it checked and have the ruined parts changed so you can drive it
Years. There are cars driven that are 40-50 years old. Model T's are still on the road and they are 100 years old. If a car is taken care of it can last as long as parts can be sold for it.
If the car is still going to be driven, then yes it does need insurance.
Yes; in fact, I have been driving for 39 years.
The car was probable a northern car and driven during the winter in the salted ice/snow. Can also be a car that was driven near saltwater. Can also be a car with flood damage.
Only if the car is a Dealer demo driven by the staff. Then the car is still technically a new car.
I was reading an article in a car magazine in the Drs. office yesterday about a museum in England that has a 1888 or 1889 car in working cond.
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.
Only if it's still being driven while waiting on a buyer
Presidents are typically not allowed to drive their own cards. George W. Bush has not owned or driven a car in many years.
Could be the switch