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Can I insure a car that I do not own?


Yes, but not with most insurance companies.

Most insurance companies require that you have an insurable interest in order to be able to insure something such as a car.

Some companies require that your name appear on the title or registration in order to be able to purchase an auto policy in your name.

If you get a quote with us, we do have a company that will give you insurance for a car that is not registered in your name (Esurance), but the owner will be required to be listed on the policy. Start your quote above and select Esurance on the quote page.

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6 Responses to "Can I insure a car that I do not own?"
  1. Jenny

    I think you have to owner of the car.

  2. Anonymous

    it was simple and direct to the point

  3. Anonymous

    It answered my question but unfortunately that meant I could not follow a course of action I wanted!

  4. Anonymous

    too evasive.

  5. Anonymous

    just what i was looking for. but i would like to know what other companies allow you to insure a car that is not your own.

  6. Anonymous

    It answered my question but I need to investigate this further