Can you insure a car that is not in your name in Michigan?
You can insure a car that is not in your own name in Michigan. Michigan's auto No-Fault law requires that a vehicle's owner “maintain” No-Fault auto insurance on the vehicle. But it doesn't require that the policy be personally purchased by the owner. It can be purchased by someone whose name is not on the title.
Can I insure a car that is not in my name Canada?
The answer is yes, you do have to be the registered vehicle owner. However, a registered owner can give permission to a driver to speak and set up a policy on their behalf. A signed Letter Of Authorization is required, stating that the driver can speak for, and purchase a policy, on the owner's behalf.
Can someone insure a car that is not in their name?
In most scenarios, you cannot purchase car insurance on a vehicle that is not in your name. What that means is that if you drive a friend or family member's vehicle, or are gifted a vehicle that's in someone else's name, the legal owner is responsible for insuring it.
Does car insurance need to be in same name as owner?
Insuring and registering your car under different names is allowed in most states. But in those states that allow it, insurers still might not underwrite a policy to a name different than that of the registered vehicle owner.