What happens if you get caught driving without a license or insurance twice?

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Jona
Asked at 2012-02-17 03:50:42
I got caught driving my car for about six months without a license or insurance in force. ( I own the car, but only my wife is insured and licensed to drive) , I received a letter informing me of my next court date next month a few days ago ....... and today I caught driving the car back in the same circumstances !
Answer1naan thrower Answered at 2012-02-20 16:57:25
Yu ensure the car as to civil liability or collusion.fire unsured motorist is concerned.
If the wife is sure that you also should be sitting unles strictly prohibited to drive .. However , commitment refers to any person under the wheel .
Bring a copy of the insuranc wiht the court and plead stupid .. Tell your wife 's car insurance liability. If he did that the car is covered .. And means that the driver is covered.

YU faces a fine and maybe probation unless DUI in which case you could make a couple of weeks in jail Fe .
However, carefully review the policy. All they tell you unliscensed people can not drive, but still your wife certainly not the car for any reason .

Yu must beat him in the epart insuranc
Answer2RodericeAnswered at 2012-02-20 21:53:39
The ban is likely fine and driving - which is also all set mitigation
Answer3Puff_pimp_daddy Answered at 2012-02-21 01:24:13
a fine or maybe some community service prison hell not
Answer4EarAnswered at 2012-02-22 09:40:10
Could jail
Answer5henAnswered at 2012-03-02 17:52:47
they are not going to jail, but you will get a ban on a good thin and long . or you might put in a cell with great Jeffery.

Enjoy , you deserve it. Sorry for your wife to be stuck with a half wit like you. Poor child, if conception.

Its people like you that cost loads of innocent motorists when they hit, and push up insurance.
Answer6 · ① generation zi love you -Answered at 2012-03-05 15:10:00
You will probably receive a ban and a hefty fine , also his wife probably will end up in court for aiding and abetting in both cases, also will undergo a procedure to allow a driver to drive the UN - insured and unlicensed , the vehicle , I know you say you own the car , but the law provides that the logbook (V5 ) must be in her name because she is the person legally responsible for it because it is the one with the safe to drive with much sadness that a ban probably get more than you and a bigger fine . People like that will cost innocent motorists obey the law like me, a lot of money.
Answer7zebraAnswered at 2012-03-12 18:14:12
I doubt the jail, but a heavy fine and a ban will be in order .
Answer8CyndiAnswered at 2012-03-15 08:14:37
I doubt you will go to jail , calm down , you get another ticket and fine another. Get your license and insurance as soon as possible , because the cost of which will be much less than they are paying tickets and fines.
Good luck to you and your wife.
Answer9IrAnswered at 2012-03-20 21:18:04
If I were the judge would send him to prison for 6 months. Ban on driving for 2 years to run concurrently from the day you take the test , you get 8 points and a fine
Answer10GregarAnswered at 2012-03-22 00:17:17
you just get another ticket
Answer11HopeAnswered at 2012-03-26 03:59:57
Are likely to be banned (18 months) and receive a substantial fine (
Answer12PhoebeAnswered at 2012-03-30 22:12:29
most certainly lose your license ( even though you do not have one) .... that probably will not be disqualified 12 months or more from obtaining a license or driving ..... You will also receive heavy fines and costs are awarded against you ...... the possibility of imprisonment ..... depends on your previous character ..... it will be until the judge decides.
From personal experience , my advice is to attend court and appologise ..... admit your stupidity ...... and try to have a plausible explanation of why you did it.
Answer13StephanieAnswered at 2012-04-12 10:48:45
It may be very difficult to get a license in the future, if ever. I doubt you go to jail! Find your local state website and do some research in the pages of the law. It should describe what the Penelties are. Second offense is usually worse.
Answer14rhinocerosAnswered at 2012-04-19 15:42:45
Well at least you know how stupid I was , like other responses I think it's likely to be looking at a ban longer and heavier than if it was his first offense, but really depends on the judge in his case, you can get one that wants to make an example of someone who is sympathetic to your circumstances.
Answer15$unkist Answered at 2012-05-02 19:53:42
hahahha thanks to take it again
Answer16 calf man does not pullAnswered at 2012-05-07 15:27:03
Where I live , nothing happens , as I see the same names in the blotter all the time for driving without a license. I guess maybe you will be on probation ....
Answer17 - uh. Answered at 2012-05-14 13:51:42
the first time that a warning was the second time I think you really messed up , but probably will be fined or even jailed for a couple of days I can get is worse than jail, but you might just get a fine when my father was arrested only went to court and had to pay a fine that is mostly all I can tell you
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