Can you insure a car at a different address?
Can you insure a car at a different address than where you live? It’s illegal to live at one address while using another address for car insurance. The exception is if you are a college student, as college students’ car insurance addresses are still their parent’s primary address, not their college address.
Should I get my own car insurance or stay on my parents?
Should you stay on your parents’ policy? If you’re able to stay on your parents’ car insurance policy, you should do so as long as you can. It can save you money to stay “bundled” on your parents’ policy. That’s especially true if you’re in your teen years, when car insurance is significantly more expensive.
Can my parents take my car if my name is in the title?
Originally Answered: Can my mom legally take my car from me when the title is under my name, and while I am currently paying it off to the bank? No, if you are the registered owner of the vehicle, she cannot legally take the car from you.