Tuesday: November 3, 2009
LIVELINES: LEGAL CALLS
Parents of teenagers are used to their kids begging for a car when they get their drivers license and turn 16.. But as we first reported yesterday on eyewitness news today... those who get their own car are two and a half times more likely to get into a car accident than kids who share a car with their mom or dad.
Those are the results of a new study... ?So what happens if your child is involved in an accident? what are your rights and responsibilities as a parent.
Mark says it is better for parents to have the child's car and insurance in the child's name, so if their child is involved in an accident, the other person can mainly look at what the child owns.