Car insurance with no license.?

What car insurance companies will issue me a insurance policy with no license. I know I can do it I just can't find an insurance company that will. I'm in Delaware county pa.

Other answer:

Entidtil:
You do NOT need a drivers license to insure a vehicle. Millions of people and entities with no drivers licenses insure cars. The elderly, the wealthy, the disabled, corporations. What you DO need is to have an (a) "insurable interest" in the vehicle. You also need to be 18 or older or if you are under 18, a parents signature to enter into an insurance contract. However…….even if you do all of that, remember that insurance companies do NOT have to insure you if they don't want to. So not all of them will accept you as their customer.

(a) Insurable interest:
"A right, benefit, or advantage arising out of property that is of such nature that it may properly be indemnified.

In the law of insurance, the insured must have an interest in the subject matter of his or her policy, or such policy will be void and unenforceable since it will be regarded as a form of gambling. An individual ordinarily has an insurable interest when he or she will obtain some type of financial benefit from the preservation of the subject matter, or will sustain pecuniary loss from its destruction or impairment when the risk insured against occurs.
Insurable interest is not dependent upon who pays the premiums of the policy. In addition, different people can have separate insurable interests in the same subject matter or property."

Bill:
You can't buy car insurance without a license.
wg0z:
almost any. your duty is to prove an insurable interest in the vehicle.
Happy Gramps:
no + why would you need insurance if you cannot legally drive ??
regan:
Most won't let you. http://bit.ly/2hXY7Sx