Hello. I am 15 years old, and I am considering going into the lawn care business (and be fully legal) next year when I get my driver's license. If I do go into business, I will only do it while I am in high school. After high school, I will go off to a college that will most likely be hours away to study for an unrelated career. Basically, I am asking if it is worth going into business if you know you will only be in business for 2-3 years. Also, I won't be able to start next year until mid April because that is when I turn 16 and I won't have someone to drive me around until then. A truck, insurance for the truck, and a string trimmer is all the equipment that I can use of my parent's. Everything else I will have to pay for with my own money. I estimate I will have 2-3k dollars saved up from other stuff by then. If I don't start a lawn care business, I will just get a minimum wage job somewhere and save up for college (and a few other things) Sorry for the long rant. Any opinions are appreciated! PS: About how much is liability business insurance for a first year lawn care business?