Can someone get insurance for a car they do not own?
Wondering if you can insure a car you don’t own? The answer is yes, you can take out a separate car insurance policy on someone else’s car – but make sure that you tell the insurer you’re not the owner or the registered keeper of the vehicle when you apply.
Is it illegal to not have car insurance in Alaska?
The State of Alaska has two laws in place to protect drivers on its road: Mandatory Insurance and Financial Responsibility Laws. They require anyone driving in Alaska to be responsible for financial damages in accidents they cause (with proof on hand) and to have auto insurance to pay those bills.
How long do you have to get insurance after buying a used car in Alaska?
The Alaska new-car insurance grace period is 2 to 30 days in most cases. The new-car grace period is how long insured drivers are allowed to drive a newly purchased vehicle before adding it to an existing car insurance policy.