How can I find out who my car is insured with?
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Too FUNNY! LOL!! You probably don't have insurance. OK, OK...Go to your local DMV & ask. They have the records. If you haven't paid anyone for insurance, how could you have any??
- zipperLv 63 weeks ago
Read your insurance ID Card, the information is all there or read your contract; that is why they give you ID Cards and a policy! What planet are you from any way?
- Old Man DirtLv 74 weeks ago
If you don't know who insures the car- then more then likely it isn't insured. Cars do not come with automatic insurance and your ignorance suggests that you haven't bought any and that means it isn't insured.
- John AldenLv 74 weeks ago
Uh, you look on the insurance ID card.
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- MayLv 54 weeks ago
If you don't know how would anyone else know?
They walk among us.........
- NeilLv 74 weeks ago
If you are in the UK, there is no requirement to carry your insurance certificate with you at all times (unlike many other countries).
You will have received the certificate either by e-mail or post, and should have a hard copy in a safe place. Check your paperwork and e-mail history to see if you can find it.
Failing that, you should be able to find your payment (or payments) for your insurance on your bank or credit-card statement.
If all that fails, you can for a small fee (£10 I think) request your insurance history from the Motor Insurers Bureau.Source(s): https://www.mib.org.uk/check-insurance-details/req... https://www.mib.org.uk/media/422618/data-subject-a...
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 74 weeks ago
You can't. If you're dumb enough to actually ask this question, you're too dumb to understand the answer.
And you're dumb enough to ask this question.
- StephenWeinsteinLv 74 weeks ago
Look on your insurance card. Or look at the credit card bill from when you paid the insurance bill with a credit card.
- thebax2006Lv 74 weeks ago
You look at your car insurance card that is mandatory to carry in your car while driving.
- AlCaponeLv 74 weeks ago
Assuming you're not the troll who asks this question frequently, you should look at where you send your insurance payments, bills, receipts, checkbook log, glove compartment in your car. In most states, you are required to carry "proof of insurance" (insurance card) in your car at all times. You sure it's not there? If not, you may get a ticket if caught.