“It’s funny,” she says as she exits the Land Rover that her dad is driving. She’s only fourteen and can’t legally drive yet, however her parents can’t wait until she turns 16 so they can be chauffeured around from the mall to trips to the day spa.
The parents are a little frightened at the thought of her driving, but they know that she’ll eventually have to get married (or not).
They’re also worried about Jennifer’s insurance. Mike and Tarah are her parents and ever since the government privatized insurance companies after ObamaCare, it seemed as if several agencies popped up over night, on a pseudo black market with lower costing auto, home, and boat, insurance – they copied giants like Geico, Allstate and State Farm and it became a frenzied buyer’s market.