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To answer your question directly, yes, you can get a policy that excludes your husband. Simply being husband and wife does not require that you share an insurance policy.
The cancellation of your insurance should not affect your vehicle registration. That is, you pay for your registration on a yearly basis and the registration is tied to the vehicle, not the driver specifically. For example, if someone else with insurance wanted to drive the vehicle, they could do so.
As far as surrendering your plates, typically that is done when a person moves out of state, not when their insurance lapses.
No, your registration should be valid, even if your insurance is not.
Those are separate issues.
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No, as long he isn't applying or you aren't trying to put him as a secondary driver on your vehicle(s).
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They may require you to list them (that's up to them), but that should not be a reason to deny you coverage.
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