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6516 Dixie Highway, Fairfield, OH 45014

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  • I reside in OH. I have insurance through progressive, my payments are about $230/month. I do finance my vehicle so it's necessary to have full coverage, I do have GAP insurance through my car dealership. OK. I have a ticket and 2 at fault accidents on my record (one really wasn't my fault) both under $500 claims... ANYWAYS, I know people who have DUI's that have lower car insurance than I do and I am a good driver, ugh. Is there any sugesstions on ways to lower my car insurance? I know eventually they will drop off but the last accident is on until April 2012 the other will drop August 2011 and the ticket will be gone October of this year. I am paying a mortgage, condo fees, a car payment that I just aquired January, this new insurance payment which is like an additional car payment (it was $100 before getting full coverage), and the obvious other bills. I am so strapped for cash, is there any ways to lower this fast or any good companies in OH that can give me lower price?
  • OK I think I am a good driver, my ticket was for running a red light, the only reason I 'ran the red light' as he put it was b/c the driver infront of me SUDDENLY stopped in the middle of an intersection and they turned on red I had no choice but to go or sit in the middle of the intersection, the man behind me ran the light as well. When the cop came to pull me over THE MAN BEHIND ME pulled over (he was guilty) but he gave me the ticket anyways, I was 19 at the time. One accident was my fault I was taking my puppy to the groomer and I tapped a ladies tail end, less than $250 in damage she just got the bumper buffed. The other accident, they labeled as 'my fault' was with a foreign lady who spoke no english, and drove the same way. She got tapped going less than 5miles per hr and had no property damage. I'm asking for advice and not for rude ones. I understand on paper I'm an at risk driver however I felt I should elaborate for you, just so u can see how much luck i have w/this lol
  • You give all the information but the important WHAT CAR you are insuring ... Sometimes Certain cars are very expensive to insure , especially if they are on the top ten stolen list ect. I had a Dodge and it was very expensive to insure, I traded it on the "same" car in a Plymouth and my insurance was 1/3 the cost of the Dodge. You are going to have to get quotes yourself. Hit the Online Geico's ect and see how they compare to what you are paying now . I have State farm and insuring 3 cars and two motorcycles for under what you pay for one .... Go CAVS!!!
  • At - QUOTESTOCOVER.INFO- you can get quotes in just a few minutes RE Advice about car insurance in Ohio..paying way too much? I reside in OH. I have insurance through progressive, my payments are about $230/month. I do finance my vehicle so it's necessary to have full coverage, I do have GAP insurance through my car dealership. OK. I have a ticket and 2 at fault accidents on my record (one really wasn't my fault) both under $500 claims... ANYWAYS, I know people who have DUI's that have lower car insurance than I do and I am a good driver, ugh. Is there any sugesstions on ways to lower my car insurance? I know eventually they will drop off but the last accident is on until April 2012 the other will drop August 2011 and the ticket will be gone October of this year. I am paying a mortgage, condo fees, a car payment that I just aquired January, this new insurance payment which is like an additional car payment (it was $100 before getting full coverage), and the obvious other bills. I am so strapped for cash, is there any ways to lower this fast or any good companies in OH that can give me lower price?
  • I suggest one to visit this website where you can get quotes from different companies: http://insurancetocompare.info/index.htm... RE :Advice about car insurance in Ohio..paying way too much? I reside in OH. I have insurance through progressive, my payments are about $230/month. I do finance my vehicle so it's necessary to have full coverage, I do have GAP insurance through my car dealership. OK. I have a ticket and 2 at fault accidents on my record (one really wasn't my fault) both under $500 claims... ANYWAYS, I know people who have DUI's that have lower car insurance than I do and I am a good driver, ugh. Is there any sugesstions on ways to lower my car insurance? I know eventually they will drop off but the last accident is on until April 2012 the other will drop August 2011 and the ticket will be gone October of this year. I am paying a mortgage, condo fees, a car payment that I just aquired January, this new insurance payment which is like an additional car payment (it was $100 before getting full coverage), and the obvious other bills. I am so strapped for cash, is there any ways to lower this fast or any good companies in OH that can give me lower price? Update: I'm insuring a 09 suzuki sx4, not my car of choice, it would have been an older car probably but it actually had lower monthly payments and is alot more economical considering how far i have to travel. Would this be a car that would higher my insurance? Update 2: OK I think I am a good driver, my ticket was for running a red light, the only reason I 'ran the red light' as he put it was b/c the driver infront of me SUDDENLY stopped in the middle of an intersection and they turned on red I had no choice but to go or sit in the middle of the intersection, the man behind me ran the light as well. When the cop came to pull me over THE MAN BEHIND ME pulled over (he was guilty) but he gave me the ticket anyways, I was 19 at the time. One accident was my fault I was taking my puppy to the groomer and I tapped a ladies tail end, less than $250 in damage she just got the bumper buffed. The other accident, they labeled as 'my fault' was with a foreign lady who spoke no english, and drove the same way. She got tapped going less than 5miles per hr and had no property damage. I'm asking for advice and not for rude ones. I understand on paper I'm an at risk driver however I felt I should elaborate for you, just so u can see how much luck i have w/this lol Follow 8 answers
  • The problem is firstly his age, secondly the fact that he's a he. I'm a second driver on my boyfriends’ car, (provisional, 23 and female) and it only costs an extra £40 a year. I know it's discrimination but the insurance company see a young lad as dangerous that’s just the way it is. If you put you down as the main driver and him as a second driver, it'll be a lot cheaper. (Some companies will also let him accumulate no claims.)
  • you're not a good driver. sorry to dispel your illusions there (no, I'm not really sorry). I am a good driver. I have 0 accidents and no tickets. ways to lower insurance are to get married, move to a lower risk zip code, or get a cheaper car to insure. and these will only lower it a teeny little bit. you could try reducing your liability limits if they aren't already at state minimum. and shop around to other companies. you appear to be a very risky driver on paper, and your risk on paper is all an insurance company cares about
  • OK. I have a ticket and 2 at fault accidents on my record" "I am a good driver," Make up your mind. A good driver doesn't have a ticket and 2 accidents on record. They have zero of either. As far as lowering your insurance...sell your car, get a car that you aren't financing, and get minimum coverage. Then, when you get into an accident, expect to pay 10X as much as you would have paid in your premiums, paying for repairs. Have fun with that.
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  • I live in Ohio, I work in fast food running a cash register. I've been working there for a year without any problems with cash shortages, and this week my paycheck had money withdrawn (without my knowledge prior) for a cash shortage. We are not supposed to use other people's registers but even the owner uses mine on multiple occasions. Is this legal in Ohio to take my money without telling me first or do I have some way of defending myself.
  • Your employer can't deduct money from your paycheck without your consent, but if you do not consent (meaning you demand the money you earned) your employer has the absolute right to fire you for cause for having a short register. Sorry, but these are your only options. Permit the deduction from your check (and guard your register more closely in the future against anyone else using it) or get that money back and understand you will be terminated.
  • Do you witness your drawer being counted after you finish your shift? Are the drawers counted before you shift? Or are they just telling you that your drawer is short/over, but you do not witness it. On the deduction from your paycheck, did your manager use the drawer that same day? If so, how is it possible that the manager did not cause the shortage by mistake? It only takes just 1 order or several to total a shortage or overage. "Technically" they should not deduct from your paycheck and in some states, are not allowed, since this is the cost of doing business, like breaking dishes as a server. But,,,,,being an at will employee, they can fire you for any reason. good luck
  • You have a right to know why money is being with held. And a right to be told how much. Also you may request the till be removed and nobody touches it when u r on break or away. U may also request he stay out of your drawer as you will not accept responsibility for overage and shortages.
  • Check with your local labor board about this matter and time in your life for this purpose. Or get more details from this possible employer before you do sign this contract and then may be they would consider rewording it to suit you for this purpose at this time in your life. Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 12/02/2012
  • Get a news paper and look in the cars wanted section. They usually have a bunch uf adds for junked cars. You will probably get around $200 to $300.
  • My friend is working at a fast food restaurant in Ohio. It is privately owned instead of being part of the bigger franchise. She was working on her second day and the next morning they had called her to inform her she could not work again at the moment because her drawer had come up over 50 dollars short. They said to her that she would not be scheduled until the head manager was in to review the security tape. Three other people had also ran off that drawer before they counted it at night. She did NOT take the money and knows of no mistakes she made. If she did make a mistake or they tell her it was her fault or whatever' she does have the right to review the tape correct? And even though she was in her probationary period, wouldn't it be extreme to immediately fire her over a mistake?
  • she has no right to see the tape... she is employed "at-will" which means she can quit at any time for any reason or no reason at all, and can be fired the same. now MOST companies have a policy of immediate termination when there is a shortage over a certain amount, but most also temper that with ensuring only one person had access to the drawer. with a shortage it is NOT a matter of theft, it is the matter of a cash shortage, regardless of why there was a shortage the shortage is still there. in her case the GM will PROBABLY review the tape she/he will look for obvious mistakes, and to see if she was the only person on the drawer. if others used the drawer they will probably give her a warning but they CAN (not will but can) fire her... at this point all she can do is wait and see what happens....
  • They CAN fire her, but doesn't sound like they did. And no she has no right to review the tape. They can fire her whether they see anything on tape or not, or even if no incident had happened. Ohio is employment at will, which means she can quit at any time for any reason or no reason, and can be fired for any non-discriminatory reason or for no reason.
  • They have every right to fire even without the error. I was a WalMart store manager anf in 11 years no one came upon that short who was not later convicted the theft. If she is that poot at counting change she needs to go.
  • I am 14 and live in ohio, my dad freaked and slapped me (kinda hard) grabed me by the neck of my shirt and pulled up (several times) when I went to call the cops my mom grabbed me by the back of my hoodie and choked me until i gave her my phone. The took my cell phone that I pay for monthly and bought with my own cash, took my $250 game console and say they are going to sell it. I need help I want them to stop (The have abusive mood swings back and forth) I do not want my parents to go to jail (they would not last) but I want this to stop and not be hurt anymore, if they need to go to jail, i guess that is what will happen, they have not took this laptop but i'm going to hide it and check. PLEASE HELP ME, FAST!!!
  • Actually they are the legal owner of all of "your" possessions. They can do whatever they want with their property. You have no rights to get it "back" since it is legally their property. Anything you acquire before you are 18 belongs to them. I have no idea why you would call the police, but they will not intervene unless you are being hurt. If you are being hurt you will be removed and placed in foster care or a children's shelter.
  • I will start by saying I dont know you or your family, and im am saying this based on the information given. If you are 14, you own nothing. Even if you pay for it yourself, unless you are emancipated everything you "own" belongs to your parents. In terms of physical abuse the above description does not sound like something to be complaining about. Im assuming you did something to deserve the above punishment, if you didn't and your parents randomly lash out at you that's different. Again, Im just making assumptions. If you feel that you are ever in danger call the authorities or talk to your guidance counselor at school. To back track it's extremely unlikely that your parents will go to jail. Do not retaliate. Harming your parents will get you no where and only discredit your allegations if you truly are in a dangerous situation. To conclude, a slap is rarely abuse, especially if its "kinda hard" it probably didnt leave a mark? its more of a statement of power then abuse. "The pulling up and down on your shirt? not abuse, and choking you by pulling your hoodie? her intent was to get your phone, not harm you, law would not consider that abuse either. Im not saying what they did is right, but it doesn't sound like abuse.
  • I understand you don't want them to go to jail, but you can't stop abusive people and you don't deserve to live like that, tell a school teacher you trust the most an ask them for their help.
  • calll the cops or tell your school counselor or something. if you cant do it at home do it at somewhere public or something like that. only if that's true that they are abusive though because those are very serious allegations.
  • I live in Ohio and have First Energy as my electric supplier. I use to receive my bill between the 7th or 8th day of every month. Today, I received my electric bill 5 days early and only given less than a two week grace period to pay the bill. We were always given at least until the 25th of every month to pay the electric bill. Now, the payment date was moved up a week early which is when my car insurance and car payment are due. In my home state of PA, we were given almost 3 to 4 weeks to pay the bill. Plus, if you owe anything on the bill they will only give you a time of less than 2 weeks to pay the entire bill off. This is absolutely crazy. With high unemployment and high living expenses what are these companies doing! Where are our basic rights are consumers? I feel like were heading back to the dark days of consumer rights. We complain about the President(s). It's congress who makes our laws. We need to get reform for basic consumer rights. I grew up in the 1960's and you could get any utility shut off for any reason and without notice. Has anyone else had the same problem? Thanks.
  • On a bad economy you can expect that, everyone needs cash flow... as fast as they can get it, also statistically the chances of late payments increase which means more revenue in late fees, some of those late fees suppose a return anywhere from 50% to 200% annual over the amount in default. They make a ton of money on people who pays late. I agree the government should do something, put a limit on those fees.
  • The fee due date is the date they must acquire it by way of. that's not the date you mailed it. in actuality there are a number of agencies that whether that's not there by way of a particular time on the due date that's previous due. I easily have viewed people who had the fee processed at 3pm on the due date, yet simply by fact it had to be in by way of 1pm it advance into previous due and that they have got been hit with the previous due fee. the final element to do is that if this economic employer has a information superhighway fee option bypass on their website and make an exhibit fee. This in many situations expenditures approximately $15 even with the undeniable fact that it posts a similar day, and you will steer away from the $40 previous due fee. in case you mail it now and that's due in 2 days you would be previous due.
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