If he's not driving the parents car then he should not need to be insured for it. He should however be insured for whatever car he "Is" driving. All drivers are required to carry financial responsibility, regardless of who's car they are driving. This can be accomplished by being a scheduled driver on the car owner's policy, or in some cases by a non owners policy. Also bare in mind that parents and legal gaurdians can be held financially liable for the acts of minors.
No. But he/she can't drive it unless they are
if u hav permission from ther parents if u hav permission from ther parents
Teenage parents are teenagers who have a baby. This means that they have had sex and the girl has given birth. Unfortunately, the percentage of teenage parents in America is growing.
If he ever drives it he legally has to be insured. If he never sets foot behind the wheel, he does not.
No. If you had broadform insurance he would be able to drive any vehical you own as long as you NAME him a driver. Broadform is nice for people with more then one vehical.
As long as she has your permission, she can drive the vehicle and she will be covered. If she drives it more than a few times, you should add her to the policy.
Driving under the influene
Drinking and Driving.
be nice to them
All persons who are going to be driving the "family' vehicles have to be on the policy. Insurance companies have a different criteria for insuring teenage drivers than they do for adults.
parents have a tendencie not to understand them
The cast of Teenage Show - 1959 includes: Frankie Davidson as himself Joy Grisold as herself Robert Leeman as himself
Ellin Klor has written: 'Serving teen parents' -- subject(s): Libraries and families, Teenage parents, Family literacy programs, Libraries and teenage parents, Services for
The cast of Teenage Boss - 2013 includes: Selam Hagos as himself
Turning without signal
The Law is that All Drivers on public roads maintain proof of financial responsibility regardless of age.
Not all parents don't want their girls with black teenage boys. There could be a certain reason that some parents don't want their daughters with them. They could be the same reasons as for when they are white. Do they misbehave, or do the parents just not want their daughter to be with them because of their skin color. This question really can't be answered because it can widely vary.
Help them with what exactly?
Politely, and keeping her parents in mind.
Elizabeth A. McGee has written: 'Stitch in Time' 'Too little, too late, services for teenage parents' -- subject(s): Services for, Social work with women, Teenage mothers, Teenage parents
In July 1996, Florida implemented a Graduated Licensing law which contained curfew provisions which restricted teenage driving at night.
Some parents will kick them out and some will not.