If you want to keep it registered and keep the plates, yes.
If it is completely off the road you do not need to pay insurance. But do not move it one inch on a public road!
When it's a self-driven car, you need license to get car insurance from any insurance company.
If the vehicle is being stored away and not driven then you don't need to carry insurance. But it might be a good idea to carry just theft and fire if the vehicle is worth anything. You should also check with your individual state regulations just to be sure.
If the car is still going to be driven, then yes it does need insurance.
Why would you need insurance if your car isn't going to be driven on public streets? Now... if you plan on preserving your car as a collectors item or the like... you can add it to your home insurance. Car insurance companies aren't going to insure a car that isn't being driven - if you have a collection at your home, it'll go under your home-owners insurance. ANC, esq.
If a car is not being driven you do not need to keep it insured. However if your car is damaged while uninsured you will not be compensated.
Car insurance is designed to cover your vehicle should you need to allow someone to use it. There may be some difficulties with coverage if it is being primarily driven by someone who isn't rated on the policy.
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.
It depends on what it is. Its like if you had crashed into a car and thats your fault . You will need to pay for the repair with you own insurance. All it is is if you cause an accident you need to pay with you insurance that cost of the repair so thier care is fixed.
In most states, anyone who drives a car needs to be listed on the insurance. If an accident were to occur then the husband could be liable for allowing the car to be driven without insurance.
Insurance is required by loan companies and many states if you have the vehicle registered. If you don't have a loan and you don't drive the car you should be able to drop the coverage. You may be able to get a waiver from the state if they want proof of insurance on a vehicle that isn't being driven but has valid plates.
The companies insurance will protect them from being sued but not you.