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 I insure my car at my parents address?
Unlike health insurance, you don’t age out of car insurance, so you can stay on your parent’s insurance or use their address for insurance as long as you still live with them.
Will Geico insure a car not in my name?
Yes, Geico will insure a car that is not in your name if you live in a state where the name on a car’s registration and insurance do not need to match and you can prove “insurable interest.” To prove insurable interest, you must be able to prove direct financial loss if the car in question is damaged or destroyed.