www.wiredprnews.com – Auto insurance is one item that everyone who owns a vehicle may need for a number of reasons. The majority of states have established a minimum amount of coverage that must be in place in order to register an automobile and maintain registration; this is true whether the vehicle owner is licensed or not.
Many individuals are under the misconception that they are unable to obtain coverage for automobiles because they are unlicensed, but in many cases coverage may be needed. Fortunately, there are companies out there that will provide auto insurance even if they are unlicensed to those who are in need of such a policy; many insurers will also insure individuals who are internationally licensed or have an international identification card.
There are various reasons that an individual may need to purchase car insurance with no license, specifically to maintain registration on a vehicle that they own. A very common reason that an individual may need to get covered is if in fact they have had their vehicles registration and driving privileges suspended and need to provide proof of coverage to have both suspensions lifted.
Motorists from other countries may not be domestically licensed, but they will still need to obtain automobile coverage in order to operate a vehicle legally and therefore must be insured to avoid any legal consequences; carriers each have their own particular guidelines and some will issue coverage to these individuals. Whether licensed or not, it is always a good idea to keep vehicles insured if it will be operated although it is not recommended to drive illegally.