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  • Legally speaking, in the state of Utah (if that matters) should a car salesperson be making at least minimum wage during times when commissions/sales are down, like NOW? Many salespeople I know are bringing home checks UNDER minimum wage due to poor economy. Is this legal? Please don't answer if you think they SHOULD be- I agree, they should, but we're interested in the legality of it all. Thanks!!!
  • In Utah, salesmen at auto dealers are not paid. They make commission only. Most dealerships give the salesmen a 'draw' - that is, some money to tide them over each week until they sell something. The 'draw', or advanced loan, is deducted against any commission that the dealership pays. The salesmen who seem to be "...bringing home checks UNDER minimum wage..." are simply seeing the 'draw' amount minus taxes. FYI, car sales is a very lucrative career if you have a large following and many repeat customers. On the other hand, 'newbies' who don't know anyone rarely make it in car sales. -Stuart
  • If they're a paid on commission employee, that's it, no minimum wage applies. Many car dealers set up a "draw" plan, where they get a minimum of a couple hundred dollars a week as a baseline, that's due back when they sell something. But straight commission employees are just that, they can, and do, come home completely empty handed if they don't sell anything.
  • Car Salesman Wage
  • I worked at a high end dealership until recently and I know that the guys clocked in and out and they were paid minimum wage. Unless their commission outweighed the minimum wage (which it always did). If one of the guys did recieve a minimum wage only check it meant he wasnt doing well and we didnt keep him for very long.
  • Yes, if they're normal wages and commission do not add up to minimum wage, the dealership is required to cover the difference.
  • Not if the salesman agreed (via a contract) to be paid off of commissions only..
  • Pilot certificates are independent from college degrees. Some universities provide the training required to earn pilot certificates in addition to their classes. Utah Valley itself does not train you to fly helicopters. While in their program you will concurrently attend an independent flight school to train for pilot certification. The only reason to go through Utah Valley is to have better access to financing. The aviation associates and bachelor degrees offer you no advantage in your career. The downside to the program is that their tuition adds to the total cost of your training, and their program is specific to airplanes, so you will still require additional ground instruction from the flight school you attend. I had a couple of students that were doing their online classes while completing their flight training with me. It seemed like they were always waiting for money because the monthly allotments were more appropriate for airplanes which are half the cost. They chose Utah Valley for the sole reason that they needed better access to student loans that would have been unavailable to them otherwise. For them it was worth it to jump through the hoops to be able to finance the cost of flying. If you can afford it, I recommend getting your degree in something completely unrelated to aviation instead, and then going to flight school afterward. The problem with an aviation degree is that it gives you no alternative career should you ever need or want to work outside of aviation. You would be surprised how many pilots end up searching for another career, and not just for medical reasons. Alternatively, you should also consider the military if you think it might be for you. Check out my general answer to the flight training question. It has links to flight school lists and other resources. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;... Good luck!
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  • So i just dont quite understand how the income to ratio will effect my loan (i know what the income to ratio is, i dont know how much itll add on)... but i want to take out a loan to buy a motorcycle around $15,000 and I will have been in the navy for 1 or 2 years when i take out the loan so i will have a steady income and a salary, but i need to know how much insurance will cost and if they'll grant me a loan for so much (and if there is a difference between a car loan and just a loan?) So i'll be 19 or 20, female, utah(but ill be in the navy so idk where i'll be stationed), no accidents (right now), i'll be putting a lot of my pay checks into savings (sorry idk how much ill be making or specifications on that) so at least a decent credit score so how much would i be paying for this? To pay back the loan? how much monthly I'll be paying towards the bike itself, cost $10,500ish) and how much insurance will be. now i know you cant get the exact sum but can you give me atleast a rough estimate :)
  • Insurance cost will depend entirely on where you live. Rates vary from city to city, not just state to state. Insurace rates also have nothing to do with the loan. A loan is a loan -- you borrow money and make payments. Any kind of loan or credit card will count in your debt to income ratio (I assume that is the income ratio you asked about). Not sure why you are so concerned about this. If you have a bunch of other loans and balances on credit cards, it would be a problem. But if you don't have other loans, it shouldn't be a problem.... even crummy military pay rates should be enough. You should also understand that bank accounts, including savings, do not build your credit. You have to have loans and credit cards to build credit history. If you don't have at least 2 years of good payment history showing on your credit report, it is very unlikely you will qualify for any kind of vehicle loan. Even then you may still need a co-signer as you history will be considered limited. Saving up for the motorcycle is a very good idea. A large downpayment (like half) would go a very long way to getting a loan approved.
  • There is so much vague information in your question I don't believe anyone could give you even a rough estimate. Wait until you get to your station and find a bank and insurance agent to work with you.
  • on feb. 15 i got pulled over in midvale, utah for going 14 over the speed limit. the cop smelt the car and asked if i'd been smokin i said no. which was true i did however smoke earlier in my garage so i guess it stunk my car up. plus the pipe was under my seat so that probably made it smell too. I've been going to community college since '08 and getting all my pre-reqs for the Nursing program at the U of U or even just going thru the Salt lake community college nursing program. i have 1 or 2 more semesters before i can sign up for the waiting list to get into the nursing program. they said its about 2yrs minimum to get accepted. in some cases faster if u have experience already. but now i have a pre trial tomorrow and i have hired a lawyer who deals w/ paraphernalia. there wasnt any weed in the car just the pipe, they also took an altoid tin can that had some ash in it, and a 1inch jar that did have weed in it in one point. so all i was ticketed for was paraphernalia and speeding. I have done some research and read that Nursing boards check your arrest record. and dont often check if it has been expunged or dismissed. so what should i do? plead not guilty or plea of abeyance? I havent smoked since then and i'm also worried that my financial aid. i know if they find out about drugs then their is a consequence but im not sure what? I just wanna tell the judge that if this goes on my arrest record than my career is basically over in that i have wasted a couple of yrs and used up loans from financial aid. and i dont even have a job so it'll put me back even further. please no replies saying. u shouldnt have done it in the 1st place or somethin like that. i know what i've done is wrong and know this can make or break my life. if it helps this is my first time being convicted of anything ever.
  • also i wasnt "arrested" like handcuffed or detained in a jail or anything. he just had me sit on the curb while he searched the car. he then said i had to be picked up even though i wasnt under the influence, i wasnt charged with a DUI. wasnt drug tested either. so does that mean its not on my arrest record? he just gave me a ticket and let me go. and if i can make it so i get it dismissed or something will this make my chances better?
  • First of all- the courts don't care whether or not it will affect your career or it will mean that you would have wasted time, so don't bother arguing that. Is smoking in your state/proving legal? Just try to be cooperative. You smoked close enough to driving that the smoke smell was still on you? If they find that out, then you can be charged with a DUI. Just accept to the paraphernalia charge and just say that you hadn't used it in a long time. Go to a rehab centre before your trial, and use this as defense to say that you have been clean and learned your lesson. Be the most angelic person possible, but don't deny, because it will only reveal worse offenses. There is a big possibility that you won't be accepted, because as a nurse you will have access to illegal substances so there's a threat that you could deal them. But also, you probably will not get financial aid or bursary from the school, because if you're buying pot, then you clearly have money. Sorry to be frank, but it's all true. Just be good and prove yourself and then hope for the best.
  • In more details, i love speed and i love going fast. I want a motorcycle so badly but i know its dangerous and that it will scare the **** out of my parents. BUT i don't live at home or close to home. I already have a car from highschool that still runs and i got about $2,200 back on my tax return. So if you can imagine, my desire to get a motorcycle is growing haha. For some background information on myself, i am 21 and i am in college. i still have a few years left and my loans aren't that much because my college is relatively cheap compared to other universities in the state ($5,000 per year). I live in Utah so it obviously snows for about 3-4.5 months out of the year and then its nice weather from then on out basically. I have never gotten a ticket and have never been pulled over, i havent even been in an accident so my track record isn't bad.. i know i said i love going fast but i don't speed like crazy and i NEVER speed in the city. I only speed on the freeway and even then its not excessive or above 80-85mph. I am a conservative driver but its always fun to punch it and accelerate as fast as possible to the speed limit. Any opinions or guidance on whether or not a motorcycle is worth it? or should i just buy a better car? I am also looking at getting a ninja 250 because i have no riding experience, so i am not going to be racing and stuff, just want a fun toy to be a little rebellious and free on! any insight helps! Thanks for your time on this!
  • The Ninja 250 is not a bike for the freeway. It will go 70-80 mph, on a good day with the wind behind you, but it's not designed to cruise at that speed, not safe, not comfortable. It's great for back roads, secondary roads, of which you have some very nice ones in Utah. You should understand the real cost, check out what insurance will be, leave room in the budget for helmet, jacket and gloves at least. The MSF course is probably a good idea. Then I'd say go for it! You'll never be young again. 8^) (And if you don't ride carefully, you may not be old either!)
  • "... I only speed on the freeway and even then its not excessive or above 80-85mph. I am a conservative driver but its always fun to punch it and accelerate as fast as possible to the speed limit." You sound like me -- You do NOT like going fast, you like going QUICK. A Ninjette is capable of 100 mph, but it is not that *quick*. Just 10 pounds heavier than the 250 you can get a Suzuki Savage (aka S40) 650 -- not as fast, can "only" do 85 mph, but it is very quick off the line. And you can get a good used Savage for under $2K. Bob it to lose excess weight and it will be even faster. You cannot know if you will like motorcycling until you actually ride. And fall. A used Savage will be a good test, and you will not lose much if any money when you sell it.
  • Your biggest things to worry about is understanding who you are. You can't say "i love speed and i love going fast" and "I am a conservative driver." Don't kid yourself. You are a speed demon, you WILL test the limits of your throttle, and you will be dangerous on the bike. Your only salvation is that you suggested a 250 for yourself. You won't be able to go TOO crazy with this bike, so you can learn your limits. The biggest problem is when someone like you gets on a 600cc fresh out the gate, and doesn't learn how fast the bike goes and how long it takes to stop until the split second before they break their neck on the back of a car. Basically anything over a 250cc bike can out perform 95% of cars in terms of speed and acceleration. This is partially why they are fun, but you have to respect the throttle because you don't get many second chances on a motorcycle. One screw up can be your last.
  • Believe your choice of a Ninja 250/300 is a good one as the bike can handle some fun without being terribly fast IF the rider learns HOW TO really ride one. Would like you to watch this video and I know it is a race video but if you watch closely while realizing that the rider is on a Ninja 250 he's racing against 600cc super-sports. The super-sports can pass him on the straights but notice what he does in the corners. To me this is a funny video, LOL! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kz03sQeX0...
  • Pros: Gas mileage is always great....driving in warm weather is nice....Having a babe hanging on to your waist is just as fun as driving fast. Cons: No air bags and a deer coming out of the woods would simply ruin your day! Moron car drivers don't see you!! Slippery roads on 2 tires will make you heart race!
  • Too dangerous!!! Stick with your car.
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