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Submitted by on July 20, 2010 – 12:45 amNo Comment
According to new research from Direct Line British motorists want fines for uninsured drivers to increase to £900, an increase of 350% from the present £200 fine.

There is presently a proposal to decrease the fine to just £50, which may prove unpopular with disgruntled motorists.

In addition, 34% of drivers want those caught driving without insurance to have to re-take their driving test, with 28% preferring a life ban for driving without insurance.

Furthermore, 77% of motorists back the idea of an uninsured drivers’ hotline or website where members of the public could tip off the authorities if they know of someone driving without insurance.

Direct Line Motor Underwriting Director Andy Goldby has emphasised the firm’s strong support for the British motorist, who are sick of having an additional £30 added to their premiums to cover the costs of uninsured drivers.

source:www.insurancedaily.co.uk

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