Yeah, terms and condition in the first place! And also, it won't hurt to ask the bank. Sometimes it happens that you are sure about something but there is that one clause in the contract that can cause you a lot of headache! I would suggest you, instead, take a loan online in order to assure your car. It is pretty comfortable and also safe, can say it so surely because I’ve done it for several times when in need. If you don’t know such a place, you can look for it here paydayinusa.com NE and then you can decide yourself if you want it or not. I hope that will help you and you will pay for that insurance! Good day.
Well, as I know you can actually use the leftover money just as you like, I mean there is no problem with it. As soon as you actually spend those money on the car, and you still got some leftover money, you could spend them on the insurance easily, with no freaking problem. However, I got a question for you, where did you actually got the loan from? I hope it is a bank, and not that kind of agencies that give you microloans. I have done such a mistake, and I actually had to deal with legal help against Calvary Portfolio. At last, everything ended well, and I have leaned my lesson.