Can a college student buy and register a car in the state where she is attending college and still remain on the parent's policy from another state?
Answer Yes, The insurance of a vehicle has no bearing on where the car is purchase or register.
Does owning land in another state qualify one for in-state college tuition?
Nope. I think the rules vary by state but I'm sure that you always have to demonstrate permanent residency for at least the past year or 2.
If I'm going to college out of state will I need to get a driver's license in that state?
If you're going to school in a state other than the one in which you live, you will not need to get a driver's license or state ID in that state unless you intend to become a permanent resident the...
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Is Empire State College a trimester college?
Empire State College uses a trimester academic calendar. The terms are January, March and November. Additionally, the college offers two summer terms: an eight-week summer "A" term and a 15-week su...
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Can a college student get auto insurance in the state where he goes to school and if so would he have to get a driver's license in that state as well?
Answer Contact your agent, but probably yes, as a temporary driver.