Do you think parents should help to pay for insurance when their kids get a car?
offcourse not why should parent should go in for when they can get the car...
Why not? I raised 4 kids and never had a problem chipping in with their insurance fees providing they had a job, were responsible and could assist in the cost at least 50-50. All four benefited from this program too. I learnt this trait from my Dad who helped me with my first car, and my daughter is doing it for my grandaughter as we speak. Have a good one!
I think that depends on the parents and their parenting style. If my son wouldn't get a job to start supporting his lifestyle I would not pay for it myself. If he did however have a job and was putting in a sincere effort to pay for these things for him, out of sheer kindness to show him how proud I am of him, I would chip in for sure.
Of course parents should help pay for their kid's car insurance. I was paying car insurance until a week ago when my 17 year-old son had a solo accident with a parked car and totaled his car that I paid for. It goes with the territory of being a parent, you pay just like your parents paid for you
It’s always a good option to have a reliable mechanic’s inputs on what you should do when deciding whether you would like to replace or repair your car. Accordingly approach your car insurance company to file he claim.
Yes, parents should help pay for their kids insurance when they get their first car. It's hard enough to get insurance for kids and being able to put them under an establish policy is the best way to get a better rate and coverage for them. In addition, the expense will be pretty high nonetheless so most kids may not have the income to pay for the entire amount unless they are working a lot, which in hand can make their education requirement suffer more. For kids that are in high school, their main focus should be on their school work and trying to get into a good college and not worry about how to make more money to pay for their car insurance.
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