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If your license is suspended and your mother buys a new car but does not have a license what is the best way to get insurance on the car?

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2008-09-01 23:52:31
2008-09-01 23:52:31

The best way to get Insurance on the car is to first go Get a Valid Drivers License. Driving on a supended license is illegal. Driving with no license is also illegal. Trying to obtain Auto insurance seripticously is also illegal except that after you defraud the insurance company you will have graduated to a Felony Fraud Offense. Ever heard of the Bus?,, What about this. Ever heard of a Taxi Cab.? Your license was already suspended because you broke the Law in some way. Maybe when you get pulled over this time for driving your fraudulently insured or uninsured vehicle on a suspended license. You'll get some jail time hunh. If you have the money to buy a car then you obviously had the money to work on getting your license re-instated. You have therfore made a decision to continue breaking the law and will likely be putting other legal drivers at extreme risk.

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