No Insurance

Serious Offence

Driving with no Insurance is a serious offence. It is called a “strict liability ” offence which means essentially either you had insurance at the time or you did not. The fact you thought you had or that the insurance company led you to believe you had , are no defences. Although they may help in what sentence you receive. The Court can award 6 to 8 penalty points on your licence and even disqualification from driving/ The good news is there may be avenues open to you which may mean you can avoid the severe consequences. So don’t delay contact us today.