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101 Carlisle Street, Hanover, PA 17331

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Hanover

58 Levittown Shopping Centre, Levittown, PA 19054

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Levittown

6581 Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19149

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Philadelphia

805 N 4th Street, Allentown, PA 18102

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Allentown

Route 413 andamp New Falls Road, Levittown, PA 19057

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Levittown

1228 Lincoln Way E No. B, Chambersburg, PA 17202

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209 N 6th Street, Allentown, PA 18102

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Allentown

1555 East Wadsworth Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19150

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Philadelphia

4127 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15227

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  • OK, motorcycle insurance, even for a 17 year old, isn't as expensive as car insurance. But you didn't give the information for an exact answer. Things like, oh, where you live, the make and model of the bike, if you've had motorcycle training, the coverage limits, full tort vs. limited tort. So it's pretty f**kin impossible to give you a quote, as you didn't give enough information. But if you pay cash for the bike, and carry minimum coverage, it's maybe 30% of what it would be if it was a CAR. OF course, if you need collision because you have a loan, it's going to cost about half the price of the bike.
  • Your 17 and want insurance on a motorcycle? Is your question how much will the premium be? It depends on the company. Every company has different rates. It also depends on the amount of years you have had a drivers license and your driving record. No one here can tell you that. You need to call some agents and get some quotes. Rates are also different in every state. What state are you in and are you male or female? Please give more details. And, is the bike new or old or what year?
  • I recommend that you visit this web page where you can compare quotes from different companies: http://INSUREFOREVERYBODY.INFO/index.htm... RE :Insurance for a 17 year old in pennsylvania? I am 17, clean record and want probably a 250-600 cc bike. Please answer if you actually know. Dont say, "Probably prretty f**kin expensive" like in every other insurance thread. thanks Follow 2 answers
  • im 17, in pennsylvania, and still in school. i worked for a pizza shop since aug, and i just quit for many reasons.. they did not pay me min. wage until my last two paychecks and i never received any tips. i was wondering if that was illegal. also, my last paycheck only had 14 hours on it when i had worked 18.5 and at the bottom of my pay stub it said employee loan for 31.68 when i had never borrowed money from her.. also since i am still in school by pa law i am only alowed to work 18 hours every week and i was pulling in 38-42 hours every week... while going to school. and im basically just wondering if i could get my money back and if any of this is illegal becuase i think it is rediculous.
  • Contact the PA Department of Labor, Wages and Hours Division. It is their job to ensure you are paid correctly. Working extra is worth nothing, btw, you agreed to do it and were presumably paid.
  • PA and many other states, have laws on the books that allow an employer to pay less than minimum wage (as low as 85% of minimum wage). This can be done to students and people in training. By PA law, you can work 28 hours a week, not 18. You need to get your 31.68 cents back, other than that, you have nothing to sue for.
  • The minimum wage rate for tipped employees in PA is $2.83 per hour so it is legal: http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/ser... Of course this assumes that you make at least the $7.25 per hour when tips are factored in. But if they assume you get it in cash, they're not going to pay you more. As for the $31.68 loan, that could be on the cost of your uniform or other equipment. As a minor if they overworked you they can get into trouble, yes. But in PA it's 28 hours per week. If worked more than that voluntarily you may have a hard time getting authorities pressing charges though, and it won't benefit you but it will hurt them.
  • yes, all of that is illegal. they can't pay you less than minimum unless you're a waitress, you're going to get taxed on what you didnt get in tips. also, not paying you hours worked is illegal, they can't for example deduct for uniform that you kept or anything like that threaten them that you're going to call the dept of labor..then do it anyway, cause the boss is a theif
  • What you think is worth just what it is, hot air. Your boss is a crook and no one can do anything about it so just be glad you are out of there and I hope you have better luck next job but don't count on it.
  • I've been foreclosed on my mortgage, and the house will sell on the courthouse steps on the 24th of August and I cannot find anyone who can tell me when I have to move out after the foreclosure sale. I've contacted my bank, the attorney representing the bank, the courthouse, sheriff's department, my attorney, and looked on the net. NO ONE can give me a straight answer. I am hoping we have at least 30 days to move, but don't want to be shocked if someone shows up at my door next Thursday and forces us out of the house. We missed 4 pmts on a mortgage that we've had for 14 years, and the bank foreclosed on us.... Please only people who really know what they're talking about respond. I need accurate answers please! Thanks!
  • I honestly don't know the Missouri laws, but I know in Pennsylvania where we live it depends on who buys the property. Basically, once they buy it at auction it's theirs and they could call the sheriff and have you removed immediately. The sheriff sale will occur, and then the auctioneer or his staff will actually give them the keys and all the paperwork to the property at the sale... the buyer has to come with a certified check for at least 10%, and paperwork indicating that they either have the remaining amount in cash or as a guarenteed loan (like a mortgage), and then they hand them the keys. At that point, you are basically trespassing. Some people are nice, and some aren't-- so they may even go as far as physically removing someone from the residence-- especially if they plan on coming in, cleaning up and renovating and then selling the property at a profit. Every day counts for them, so they really want the people out.
  • once the house sells, you need to get out. plain and simple. once it sells to another person than they can essentially move in the next day if they wanted to. your rights in this matter are gone and I'd seriously suggest you find someplace else to live, like now.
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  • I'm a current sophomore and I am very OCD when it comes to all forms of my education. I was planning on having a job and being in a sport so I have limited time to do other things. How do I get a lot of extra money so I can pay for schools like NYU or University of Pennsylvania. Ex. If its like around $40,000 for EVERYTHING then scholarships and grants for me will probably be somewhere around $10,000 worth of free money. Also, my part time job savings(minus car payments) are gonna be around $8,000 and I have a trust fund that probably in the future will have around $10,000 in it so I would still end up having to pay around $12,000 after all of that. So, I need $12,000 worth of help, please. PS. I want to try and stay away from loans because I will end up paying more than originally loaned to me. So, that's only if I've have exhausted all my other options. I know that's a lot but that's what I have to deal with and can't seem to sort my way through it. HELP!!
  • Car payment? Why get a new car when you can get a used one that you won't need to make payments on. And, if you are at a school like NYU (and the other schools that will accept you), then you don't need a car. My sons worked every summer all through high school and saved around $2,000 each summer (50% of their pay) to go toward their living and entertainment expenses (they both went to schools in cities so didn't get cars). And, once you are in University, you can get a full-time job during the summer and make anywhere from $4800 to $6000 each summer.
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