You May Be Driving Next to an Uninsured Motorist

juan-pablo-mascanfroni-m3xmctn1q-c-unsplashWhen driving on the Florid roads, you should always be aware of your surroundings, avoid distracted driving, and practice the utmost safety to reduce your odds of being involved in an accident. If the costs of damages, injuries, and potential loss of life aren’t scary enough, here’s another reason: the driver of the vehicle may be uninsured or may not even have a valid license.

According to the Insurance Research Council, about one in four Florida motorists are driving around without insurance. In fact, Florida has the dubious honor of having the highest percentage of uninsured motorists at nearly thirty percent. What’s worse, well over a million of them are also driving with suspended licenses. In most cases, an auto insurer will likely cancel or opt not to renew a policy when a policyholder has their license suspended. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles is immediately made aware when these policies are canceled or are not renewed.

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