How do I make fake car insurance papers?

I am broke right now, and was hoping to find a way out of my car insurance payments. How do I make fake car insurance papers?

Kathleen Flear · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Forging insurance papers is insurance fraud—and here at Jerry, we have your back, so we're not going to help you get yourself in that kind of trouble. Here are a few reasons why making fake car insurance papers is a terrible idea.
If you’re caught
driving without insurance
, you could face:
  • Tickets and fines
  • Jail time
  • License suspension
  • Vehicle registration suspension
  • Vehicle impoundment and/or repossession
  • Community service
  • Increased rates due to a
    lapse in car insurance
If you get caught trying to pass off fake insurance documents, you could also face legal and financial penalties for committing insurance fraud, including additional fines and possible jail time.
In the long run, making fake insurance papers could end up costing you a lot more than just buying insurance in the first place. But if you could still use help saving on your car insurance, check out
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