Overturned carMany people might think that car insurance is a waste of money because they are safe drivers, but even if they are always safe, other people might not be as cautious. Driving without car insurance can really affect you and the other party if an accident were to occur. Not only is it illegal to drive uninsured, but your license will be suspended and cost you more than what having insurance could have saved you. If you wanted to fix any damages on your vehicle, then you would have to pay out of your own pocket which can be in the thousands of dollars. It can harm the other party by making them have to file a claim even if they aren’t at fault, which will make their rates go up. The best way to avoid all of this is to buy auto insurance and save yourself and others from having to pay more than what should be paid.

The table below shows the penalties and suspensions under a 1st and subsequent offenses by ValuePenguin.com:


Fines Driving Privilege Other
First Offense $25 lapse fee; $60 reinstatement fee Driver's license and registration suspended for 60 days. Up to 1 year in jail.




Second Offense $25 lapse fee; $60 reinstatement fee Driver's license and registration suspended for 90 days. Up to 1 year in jail.




Third and Subsequent Offenses $25 lapse fee; $160 reinstatement fee Driver's license and registration suspended for six months. Up to 1 year in jail.



Getting insurance today could save you a lot of money in the future. To learn more about cheap car insurance in Georgia, call us at 478-788-9188.

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