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Old 05-16-2010, 03:37 PM
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Originally Posted by KH02 View Post
Yes, Mlassoff is correct. Freshman are not allowed to have cars on campus....sorry.
I think alot of schools are like that, which kind of stinks for out-of-state students
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Old 05-16-2010, 03:54 PM
Location: Fairfield, CT
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Originally Posted by lzre18 View Post
Im 18years old and I just got my grandmothers car for my birthday. It is now titled in my name and I found an insurance plan under State Farm that is only 85 dollars a month. However, the car is not registered nor does it have a plate hence the reason why it has been sitting in my driveway for the past five months. I havent been able to come up with the money since to register it in FL it will cost about 300 bucks. I am now about to move to Connecticut for college at UCONN in a month and I am wondering if it would be cheaper to register it for the first time there or to just somehow transfer the FL registration once I get up there. I am also wondering if I could work with statefarm up there to get a plan as cheap as the one I have now. Please please help if you can.
You won't be a CT resident, so it probably makes more sense to register it in Florida and keep your license and insurance there.
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