How much will insurance go up if you have a learners permit in GA?
up to 423 dollars
Is there some type of temporary auto insurance that can be obtained for a person with a learners permit for practice purposes until they get the license in GA if the title is in their name?
Yes, it's Quite possible in Georgia State Teens can get their Learners Permit easily. According to GA DMV Law, Students must be at least 15 years of age and they have to enroll in a DDS approved Georgia Drivers Ed (Joshua's Law Online) Course. Enroll in Georgia Drivers Ed course designed to get your first time Learners Permit. Visit: http://www.georgiadriversed.us
Yes, it should be - providing you are driving in FL in conformance with the restrictions that NJ places upon it. However, not every state in the US will permit an out-of-state driver to drive in their state on a learner's permit. This might be true of the states you would drive through on your way to FL (i.e.: DC- VA - NC - SC - GA). You will have to do your own research…
There are 2 ways to look at this question. If you are employee of the State of GA, your benefit plan doubtless includes short term disability insurance. If you are employed privately, or have your own business, there are many companies that write short term disability insurance. Your starting point would be to go to a licensed life and health insurance agent (as these kinds of agents also deal with disability insurance). The agent must…
I don't find them in Google or www.AMBest.com or the Georga Dept of Insurance http://www.inscomm.state.ga.us/INSURANCE/CompanySearch.aspx who doesn't list it either. Are you sure you have the right name? Family Fund Life Insurance Company now goes by the name of United Family Life Insurance company, address: 260 Interstate North, Atlanta, GA 30339, Phone (800) 835-8953. (Nov 29, 2007)