Insurance & Registration's questions - Chinese iziqna

Best answer: You need a licensed driver in the car while you drive with just a permit. That person doesn't need to be a parent, but they must be 18 years old or older. When you're under 18, your accompanying driver must be licensed and 25 years old or older.

I'm leaving the country for three months and cannot attend to my vehicle for an additional three months after that. I have arranged for relatives to care for the car, crank it, and drive it around occasionally. I'm curious to know if I could cancel the insurance during this time but continue to pay the car... show more

i was hit in the rear at lights. the driver gave his details to the police from his licence. the owner now says the vehicle was in a garage. the garage wont talk to my insurer and the tpi says they are not liable but wont give any proof it was in a garage. how will this end.

Best answer: Its not a hit and run, but its still fleeing the scene of an accident, which is a prosecutable offense

I am currently 17 years old. I was on my way home from helping out at my family's business and was pulled over two days ago for expired tags on my car. At the time, i wasn't licensed and only had my permit. The officer ended up giving me a citation with two infractions: 1. Expired registration(correctable... show more

The problem here is, I can t drive to college and if I do, I need someone who is 21 or over. Because i took the written rest and have to wait six month just to take the driving test. I will be living by myself, and I am in a state that I have never been in. The school also doesn t have a dorm and there is almost no... show more

Best answer: I think dtiver test people take a course in being mean and nasty..

I went to the driving school and passed the knowledge(written) test and they didn't give me a permit. the lady told me I have to go to another place to get the permit?

Best answer: If you really want to be proactive, call the police to report the offense. Advise that the other vehicle had left the scene while you were distracted. This way should the owner file a claim, you will have proof that you followed the letter of the law.

Can I take drivers Ed online??

7 answers · 4 days ago
So I am 15 and I need to take drivers ed so I can get my permit and do behind the wheel. So I attend a puplic school and I am wondering is I can do online drivers ed. I know the cost and everything and also I live in the state of Minnesota.

I have my own self converted camper van (a ford transit swb) which has been quoted at £800 to ship to USA. However I am confused as to what else I need to pay to drive for 12 months. I need Insurance. Road tax? There is no clear answer I can find online. Is insurance more expensive in the US for a UK license?... show more

Is there a grace period where you can still drive in order TO get glasses ? M