What are the consequences for driving without insurance?
If you're caught driving without car insurance, what can happen to you?
“There are a number of penalties for driving without insurance. Depending on which state you are caught in and whether this is your first offense or not, you may face:
- license suspension
- vehicle registration suspension
- jail time
- points on your driving record
When you do finally try to obtain insurance, you can expect to see an increase in the cost of your coverage for having not been covered and for the violation.
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