Can you drive legally without auto insurance?

Answer Answer This is a state law. In Illinois and Texas I know for sure the answer is no. If you're caught, your license will be suspended. What state are you interested in?

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If someone buys non-owner auto insurance because of an SR22 whose vehicle may they legally drive?

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How if possible can one legally avoid car insurance and still be able to drive?

Answer If you reside in a state that requires auto insurance then you can't bypass it. The person could drive other people's cars as long as they have a valid license and the owner was agreeable.

How long after you buy a car can you drive legally without insurance in PA?

All driver of a motor vehicle on public roads must carry proof of Financial Responsibility at all times. There is no exception for a newly acquired vehicle.

Are you legally required to include your spouse on the auto insurance policy if you own the car yourself?