Traffic Violations

Driving Without Insurance

It is a quasi-criminal offense (meaning that the charge may result in heavy fines and a possible term of imprisonment) to drive without automobile insurance in the State of New Jersey and the penalties for driving uninsured are getting more severe. In addition to risking economic loss by not having insurance protection, an offender risks fines, driver’s license suspension, automobile registration suspension and imprisonment. And a repeat offender can be subject to vehicle impoundment if caught behind the wheel without insurance coverage in the future.

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