# What is the problem?

+1 vote
#Constants

number_of_traffic_violations = 0
riskCode = 0
riskType = 0
age = 0
number_of_tickets = 0
insurancePrice = 0

def getinput():
global number_of_traffic_violations

#Number of trafic violations
name = int(input("Enter the name of the customer:"))
age = int(("Enter the age of the customer:"))
while age < 16:
print("Invalid Entry")
age = int(("Enter the age of the customer:"))
number_of_traffic_violations = int(input("Enter the number of traffic violations: ")

#Risk code
def calRisk(type):
global riskType
global riskCode
if number_of_traffic_violations >= 4:
riskCode = 1
riskType = "High"
elif number_of_traffic_violations == 3:
riskCode = 2
riskType = "Moderate"
elif number_of_traffic_violations == 2:
riskCode = 2
riskType = "Moderate"
elif number_of_traffic_violations == 1:
riskCode = 3
riskType = "Low"
elif number_of_traffic_violations == 0:
riskCode 4
riskType = "No"
else:
riskCode = 0
riskType = 0

#Insurance pricing
def calInsurance(price):
global age
global number_of_tickets
global riskCode
if age <= 25 and number_of_tickets >= 4 and riskCode == 1:
insurancePrice = 480
elif age >= 25 and number_of_tickets >= 4 and riskCode == 1:
insurancePrice = 410
elif age <= 25 and number_of_tickets == 3 and riskCode == 2:
insurancePrice = 450
elif age >= 25 and number_of_tickets == 3 and riskCode == 2:
insurancePrice = 390
elif age <= 25 and number_of_tickets == 2 and riskCode == 2:
insurancePrice = 405
elif age >= 25 and number_of_tickets == 2 and riskCode == 2:
insurancePrice = 365
elif age <= 25 and number_of_tickets == 1 and riskCode == 3:
insurancePrice = 380
elif age >= 25 and number_of_tickets == 1 and riskCode == 3:
insurancePrice = 315
elif age <= 25 and number_of_tickets == 0 and riskCode == 4:
insurancePrice = 325
elif age >= 25 and number_of_tickets == 0 and riskCode == 4:
insurancePrice = 275
else:
insurancePrice = 0

#Show risk type
riskType = number_of_traffic_violations + riskCode
print("Risk Type:,")

#Show insurance price
insurancePrice = age + number_of_tickets + rickCode
print("Insurance Price:\$", format(insurancePrice, '.2f)

#Display final
def showPurchase(riskType, insurancePrice):
print("Risk Type:,")
print("Insurance Price:\$", format(insurancePrice, '.2f)

getinput()
calRisk(type)
showPurchase(riskType, insurancePrice)

But to be realistic, there's a lot of syntax errors that even I had to spend some time sifting through to just get the program up and running.  I've listed by ## error number) ### throughout the code explaining what the error was and how it was fixed.  What I recommend you do for next time is to work on programming one function first, verify that portion of the code is up and running, and then continue writing your code.  It really helps out in the beginning to code in this linear fashion as the longer the code, the more complicated things can get real quick.

I also notated a few logical errors and missing print statements that you'll need to fix.

Cheers,
David

//============================================================

#Constants
## 00) Global Constants should always be in all CAPS #######
number_of_traffic_violations = 0
riskCode = 0
riskType = 0
age = 0
number_of_tickets = 0
insurancePrice = 0

## 13) Illogical code -- no input of number_of_traffic_violations if age is > 16 on first run ####
def getinput():
global number_of_traffic_violations

#Number of trafic violations
## 6) name shouldn't be converted into an int #######
name = input("Enter the name of the customer:")
## 7) missing 'input' #######
age = int(input("Enter the age of the customer:"))
while age < 16:
print("Invalid Entry")
## 8) missing 'input' #######
age = int(input("Enter the age of the customer:"))
## 1) Missed ending ')' #######
number_of_traffic_violations = int(input("Enter the number of traffic violations: "))

#Risk code
def calRisk(type):
global riskType
global riskCode
if number_of_traffic_violations >= 4:
riskCode = 1
riskType = "High"
elif number_of_traffic_violations == 3:
riskCode = 2
riskType = "Moderate"
elif number_of_traffic_violations == 2:
riskCode = 2
riskType = "Moderate"
elif number_of_traffic_violations == 1:
riskCode = 3
riskType = "Low"
elif number_of_traffic_violations == 0:
# Missed '=' sign
riskCode = 4
riskType = "No"
else:
riskCode = 0
## 2) Mis-alingned riskType #######
riskType = 0

#Insurance pricing
def calInsurance(price):
global age
global number_of_tickets
global riskCode
if age <= 25 and number_of_tickets >= 4 and riskCode == 1:
insurancePrice = 480
elif age >= 25 and number_of_tickets >= 4 and riskCode == 1:
insurancePrice = 410
elif age <= 25 and number_of_tickets == 3 and riskCode == 2:
insurancePrice = 450
elif age >= 25 and number_of_tickets == 3 and riskCode == 2:
insurancePrice = 390
elif age <= 25 and number_of_tickets == 2 and riskCode == 2:
insurancePrice = 405
elif age >= 25 and number_of_tickets == 2 and riskCode == 2:
insurancePrice = 365
elif age <= 25 and number_of_tickets == 1 and riskCode == 3:
insurancePrice = 380
elif age >= 25 and number_of_tickets == 1 and riskCode == 3:
insurancePrice = 315
elif age <= 25 and number_of_tickets == 0 and riskCode == 4:
insurancePrice = 325
elif age >= 25 and number_of_tickets == 0 and riskCode == 4:
insurancePrice = 275
else:
insurancePrice = 0

#Display final
def showPurchase(riskType, insurancePrice):
## 11) Missing variable 'riskType' #######
print("Risk Type:,")
## 4) Missing <singleQuote> and ')'
print("Insurance Price:\$", format(insurancePrice, '.2f'))

## 3) Are these supposed to in showPurchase()? #######
#Show risk type
riskType = number_of_traffic_violations + riskCode
## 12) Missing variable 'riskType' #######
print("Risk Type:,")

#Show insurance price
## 10) Typo Error => rickCode != riskCode   #######
insurancePrice = age + number_of_tickets + riskCode
## 5) Missing <singleQuote> and ')'
print("Insurance Price:\$", format(insurancePrice, '.2f'))

getinput()
calRisk(type)
showPurchase(riskType, insurancePrice)