If your issurance has run out and you are pulled over what happens can depend on your driving history. If your driving record is good the worse that may happen is you will be ticketed for $538.00. If your record shows something your car may be impounded and/or your license suspended. on top of the ticket. You may fight this if you are caught without your proof of insurance with you, by going to court and bringing proof that you wer insured during the time you were pulled over. That depends on where you live. In Anchorage, AK you get a ticket(somewhere around $150 for the Police) your car towed(towing fees and $13 a day storage to the towing company). Then you pay the city $250 to get your car back. After that you go to criminal court, and if this is your first offence they charge you $250 again.
any and all insurance that you can afford you should probably buy. you can never tell what might happen. any and all insurance that you can afford you should probably buy. you can never tell what might happen.
Well, it could be pulled into the atmosphere and have a crash landing.
bird is going to have trouble defending itself
the plant might die because no sun will reach it and it wont get any carbon dioxide
It might be a good idea if you happen to live in sink hole territory.
Yes, because all tickets and accidents go on your insurance record. It might not happen if you take a safety course though.
He is probably answering a question that he found funny with an answer that means that it might or might not happen
Because the car's in your registration its your fault if the person's driving it dont have their license and they get pulled over not only would your insurance go up your car might get impounded.
Yes, boat insurance coverage is worth the money- especially if you might happen to own a boat or are thinking of purchasing one in the near future. Contact your insurance company to learn more.
After searching the internet I found a Haifax link that might be able to answer your question. If you go to www.halifax.co.uk/insurance/insurancehome.asp it may answer your question. But from what I see you would have to live in the United Kingdom to be able to bundle your insurance.
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It might be and most likely is. You found the policy, contact the claims department of the carrying insurance company.