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What must I know before driving my car into Canada?
You can check with AAA but as far as I'm aware, the AAA and CAA have reciprocal coverage. CAA is available in most areas outside of extreme wilderness. (The hard part may be phoning them - look for cellular coverage maps - and oh, yeah - not all cellular companies have the same coverage outside...

In Utah, what happens if you get into an auto accident without insurance?
The owner of the other car would claim his damages through his own insurance company. Then his company would send you a bill for all the money they spent on that claim.

Is it possible to become an emancipated minor if I'm only 15?
You must be 14 years old, or older.You must be willing to live apart from your parents with their consentYou must be managing your own financial affairs.Your income must be from a legal source.Emancipation must be in your best interests.You have to remain in school. (The emancipation law does...

What is the best way to relocate from one state to another?
Not too hard but requires planning. SO, for auto insurance simply ask for a quote from your current company based on the city you want to live. If they require an address, find an address based on a location you MIGHT want to live. Housing is easy to find on-line and you will have to rent...

Why is employer paid health insurance not taxed as a part of wages?
when employer paid medical insurance started it was because employees were taxed on their wages and often giving them a pay raise resulted in changing the employees tax bracket and could result in less take home pay. so the unions and corporations began using fringe benefits instead of pay...