The government warns motorists to insure their vehicle ahead of a new crackdown to tackle uninsured driving.
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The government is warning motorists to insure their vehicles ahead of a new crackdown to tackle the menace of uninsured driving.
Under the new continuous insurance enforcement law – which will affect all motorists from June 20 – it is an offence to keep an uninsured vehicle, rather than just to drive when uninsured.
A national advertising campaign will be launched by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau today to raise awareness of the law.
Find out more on the Department for Transport website.
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