You do not need your own policy. In most states you are covered by the car owners insurance policy.
Fully comprehensive cover will allow you to drive others peoples cars, with their permission, but only on a thrid party basis, and you have to be over 21.
Mostly nuisance people who have no conscience
It depends on the state and how often you drive one another's cars. You'd probably save money just by getting a joint policy and putting both vehicles on it. Your best bet would be to call your agent or your insurance company's 1-800 number.
French people drive hubbies cars or other quaint cars that we use in modern life.
They do drive cars in Norway as well as trucks and other vehicles just like nova scotia!
it is a policy which is made to export cars only. It can not be used for other things.
It depends on the policy in the USA. In most European countries only named drivers can drive a car regardless of insurance policy - rental cars are the exception for obvious reasons.
You should double check with your insurance company to see how your policy is written, but usually your insurance would kick in as secondary coverage and you would be covered.
Actually, cars don't drive. People drive cars.
If he drives your vehicle, then he is a known driver. All known drivers are required to be scheduled on your auto insurance policy.
If you talking about the ones in the united states then they usually drive luxury cars and trucks, but mind you they work for it . The other ones who try to get by drive whatever car they can.
short answer no, unless your insurance policy states any driver, then you will still have to check for any age restrictions. Drivers with comprehensive insurance will generally have emergency cover to drive other cars but this will only be third party, again you will need to check your policy documents.