The penalty for driving without insurance varies from state to state. If you are uninsured and you indicate a high “Intent to Drive” as an uninsured motorists, your vehicle tag can be seized and your car impounded. In addition, some states impose heavy fines for those who drive without auto insurance or continue to drive even if they are unable to keep their car insurance. Limited states fine a fee of $150 to $500 for driving without insurance.
The consequences can be far more serious if you are involved in an accident and do not have insurance. Most drivers are insured, but many drivers feel that drivers on the road today are driving without car insurance. You may have to comply with the financial responsibility laws (SR22, SR22s, SR16) including having to pay for any injuries or damages out of your own pocket.
We understands that state complacency allows for states to not uphold the laws of the land. As you will understand from our comments, the states don't consider this offense as a serious offense.
For every dollar you pay in insurance premium a portion goes towards those states that aren't aggressive toward uninsured drivers.
If your driving while uninsured, please get a quick quote and see if we can help you with your down payment or payment options, so you don't risk a fine or jail time. Uninsured motorist deserve protection and CarInsurance.com will work with shopper to get them the auto insurance coverage they need at low rates.