Driving Without Insurance Charge?
What is the Maximum fine for Driving Without Insurance?
If you are driving a vehicle on the road or in a public place without insurance, even 3rd party insurance is illegal and you can be penalised for the offence. Even if the vehicle your driving is insured in itself, if you’re not insured correctly, you could STILL be penalised.
The penalties in place for this offence could be a fixed penalty of £300 and 6 penalty points on your licence. If the case goes to court, you could face a maximum fine of £5,000 and maybe disqualified from driving. So the maximum fine for driving without insurance is varied as it is stated as an unlimited fine by the government, meaning that each case is different to the next.
The police also have the right to seize and destroy your vehicle after the offence.
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