Do not lie to your potential new insurance company. Tell them where the car resides and is registered.
Liberty Mutual does have an option where it says does the vehicle resides at a different address, the car does not but I visit my parents 2-3x a week sometimes if I don't find parking within 15mins I leave it at the Garage 2 blocks away.
said by RobNyc:Liberty Mutual does have an option where it says does the vehicle resides
"resides" by most definitions equals permanent address. That said, I had the same situation recently whereby due to a move, my permanent address became Tn and auto was insured in Ms, an adjoining state. State Farm of Ms would no longer provide coverage, so I had to obtain insurance in the state where the auto "resides"(permanent address). I do not like to make accusations but it appears you are attempting to twist things in your favor. As DO said..."Tell them where the car resides and is registered"