Uninsured Motorists: Infographic

Nearly 14% of motorists are uninsured according to an IRC study, with the percentage ranging from 4.5% in Massachusetts to 28% in Mississippi. The number will vary by State, Texas do have one of the highest rates of uninsured drivers. Penalties for driving without insurance vary by state, and can include imposing jail time, confiscating license plates, and/or impounding vehicles. Sr22 will be required to reinstate driver's license once suspended and it might be very costly. Some States will suspend drivers license for a mandatory 2 years after having two no insurance tickets within a short period of time usually 1 to 2 years. It will be much safes and more cost effective to have auto insurance at all times. Whether buying auto insurance coverage for the first time or renewing an existing auto insurance policy, consumers should take advantage of a highly competitive insurance marketplace.

Prices and coverage levels vary from company to company, so it pays to shop around. Get at least three quotes. You can call insurance agents or companies directly, as well as get information on the Internet. But, do not shop by price alone—look for an insurance company that has a reputation for good customer service. Ask friends and relatives for recommendations and check consumer guides as well as your state insurance department’s website. And, lastly remember to review the policy. Always shop for better rate www.shophoustoninsurance.com
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