What happens if my car insurance company finds out I'm still driving with a suspended car insurance policy?
I'm still driving after I suspended my car insurance policy. Is there any way to avoid being found out by my insurance company?
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Answered on May 27, 2021
“Your insurance company can find out that you’re driving with a suspended policy via the state.
After you suspended your car insurance policy, the insurance company sent a notice to the state. If you get pulled over while driving with a suspended policy, the state will require you to pay a hefty fine, at the very least. Other penalties could include vehicle impoundment, license suspension, and jail time.
Once your insurer is notified, your suspended policy may be canceled outright. “
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