Q: In the AJC a few weeks ago, an article stated that you only need to exchange your name, the name of your insurance company and the agent’s name after an auto accident. She stated, for security reasons, that a person shouldn’t exchange their driver’s license number or home address. What information should be exchanged with the other driver in case of an auto accident?
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An economy that sent more people to the workforce instead of the classroom, tougher requirements for financial aid, and a higher bar for admissions are among the factors that contributed to a drop in enrollment at the state’s public colleges and universities for the second year in a row.