I depends in the city where you live, there are cities in California where you can get cheap insurance, and some were insureance is expensive, and the same for Pennsylvania.
This may be possible - but it would be most likely a quite expensive life insurance policy.
You probably do. You will most likely need liability insurance to which can be expensive.
Homes in California are typically more expensive than homes in Ohio. Because of this, mortgages for a similar house will likely be more expensive in California than in Ohio.
It is more expensive to obtain auto insurance if you are under 25 because you have less driving experience which means it's more likely you would have an accident.
pros:they are fast and you are not likely to see any body else driving one cons:they are hard to find parts for. they are also less likely to be insurance, and if they can be insurance, it will be more expensive.
It is expensive for a teen to get car insurance anywhere. It would also count for anyone who is a new or inexperienced driver anywhere. They are more likely to get into accidents and insurers charge more the greater the risks.
Insurance rates are derived from claims statistics. The reason that car insurance is more expensive for drivers under 21 is that drivers under 21 have more accidents. Most likely this is due to inexperience but it is a fact that younger drivers do have more accidents.
Insurance is likely to be more expensive for someone under the age of 25. Your rate will depend on your credit history, type of car you drive, number of miles you drive as well as your coverage.
Yes, it is more likely it is the insurance provider's requirement rather than the employer.
Some programs will not allow you to get funeral insurance at 82. The insurance will be very expensive at 82 because you are more likely to die a lot sooner that other applicants. Yes any type of insurance becomes very exspensive the older you get. I can not find any company taht will issue a funeral insurance policy at 82 years old.
A student in California would likely be able to find health insurance quotes from their college directly or by finding a local insurance agent. If they do not want to check online or via phone call, they could go directly to the office.
It is absolutely illegal to drive in California and any other state or country in the civilized world without a license. Insurance is mandatory in the state of California and most likely every single state of America and the Canadian provinces.