New Car Insurance Law starts 20th June 2011

A new car insurance law comes into effect next month on the 20th June 2011.

The Continuous Insurance Enforcement law will mean that it is now an offence to own an un-insured vehicle, in addition to actually driving a car without insurance, penalties range from a fine of £100, impounding the car and possible prosecution (with a £1000 fine issue by the courts).

The DVLA will be working with the Motor Insurance Bureau comparing its records of registered vehicles against those that are insured, any offenders will first get a letter, and if not rectified then enforcement action will be taken.



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