Driving without insurance is an offence; the law requires a driver to have at least third party insurance in place before driving or parking a vehicle on a public highway. If you are found guilty of driving without insurance you face an unlimited driving ban as well the possibility of 6-8 penalty points and a fine of up to £5,000. For free initial advice relating to driving without insurance call our 24 hour helpline on: 0845 00 20736.
- Lapsed/cancelled insurance
- Your car being driven by another party
- Car not in use
- Company vehicles
- Lapsed MOT certificate
- Special reasons/mitigating circumstances
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