Driving without insurance
If you have been charged for driving a vehicle without insurance then we advise that you seek advice at the earliest stage. This is a serious motoring offence which could lead to a fine, penalty points and/or disqualification from driving.
By law, you must have third party insurance if you are using your car on a road or in any other public place. You are also liable to prosecution for being uninsured if your car is parked on a road, in another public place or if you have allowed another individual to drive your car when they are not covered under insurance.Penalties for Driving Uninsured Defending Allegations for Driving Uninsured
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