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does the title of a car have to be in your name to get insurance?

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Typically, the owner has an insurable interest because they have something to lose if the car is totaled, while someone who is not on the registration does not. If you can prove an insurable interest, you can insure the vehicle, but that may a difficult feat to achieve.

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asked Dec 17, 2016 in Cars and Transportation by smyadmin
edited Dec 20, 2016 by smyadmin

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