Yes, I have two children over 18 and under 25 who are currently on my insurance. You must go to their insurance company and give them your name etc and they will tell you how much more it is. Beware, if your parents insurance lapses or is canx, you will not have insurance either.
Good question! I know when I was in college and high school my parents owned our cars but I always had one at school that I drove. To make certain you can, call or e-mail your prospective insurers and ask the question. Also, if they say that you would be covered, get it in writing and make sure that you are one of the covered drivers on the policy. Usually a policy will either specify who is covered by name in the policy, or they will cover all persons living in the household so if someone borrows the vehicle they are covered under the owner's policy. Good luck with your search and compare quotes. It may help save you some money. Don't rely on what you think is covered, get it first hand from the insurance company and get it in writing to protect yourself.
No! Parents can not change school policies. may be allowed the opportunity to express their opinion but does not mean it will change the policy.
the most important reason school do not have a standardized dress code or school uniform policy is the resistance school would receive from parents ans students.
Its doubtful. Most public school districts require a parents signature for registration.
No, you must still have parents permission, at least in my old school. I guess it just depends on your schools policy.
A Law? No School Policy which can be enforced, Yes. But its not like someone can put you in handcuffs for not covering your book.
Maybe. :) It depends on the insurance policy, actually. It depends also on how old you are, and why the insurance is covering you. Some policies are written to only cover full-time students, but most policies that you don't buy through the school will cover you anyway. Hopefully you are still covered, but the only way to know for sure is to ask your parents' insurance agent.
If they are listed on your policy then they should be covered. Most insurance companies have a setting that is designated as "away at school" and is a lesser rate. If they are no longer a resident or a dependent, then they should be covered if they borrowed your vehicle as coverage is afforded for drivers that you loan your vehicle to.
Yes, if your daughter is on the policy, either disclosed as a driver away at school in another state or she is on the policy and is just travelling to that other state and will be there no longer than 5 days in most cases.
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It is a policy that your school goes by. if you break those rules you wont be allowed on another PC at your school.
A school policy is a rule the school has or enforces on their property that may or may not be a real rule, such as a dress code.
Sanford School of Public Policy was created in 1971.
Goldman School of Public Policy was created in 1969.
You have the option to add your teen to your auto insurance policy, or you can buy a "stand alone" policy from an agency that specializes in providing insurance for teens. Companies that provide car insurance for teens only place certain restrictions and requirements on teens' driving habits, such as attending driving school and not driving after dark, which allows them to keep rates down.
how long do registered nurses go to school for?
you always have to follow the school policy.
Yes, for public school systems, they typically are Registered Nurses. Some school districts may allow Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) or Licensed Vocations Nurses (LVNs) to be a school nurse.
at any school
University of Maryland School of Public Policy was created in 1981.
Harris School of Public Policy Studies was created in 1988.