Yes and No. Not initially when you are pulled over, however, if you do not show up for your court date you may be arrested or have a "bench warrant" issued for your arrest.
you got to jail for not having insurance or a vaild license and you are personally liable for all the damages you caused.
no insurance + jail
Insurance fraud - have fun in jail + fines.
The person can sue you for the damages. Garnishing your wages or property. In many states in Georgia you can also face criminal prosecution including fines and time in jail.
If you are the driver of the vehicle you could face civil litigation by any other parties involved in the accident, including passengers in your vehicle. State laws vary but generally there may be additional criminal penalties including fines and jail time.
Laws may vary state to state. In Georgia it is a criminal offense to drive without auto insurance. Although you may not be held liable for property damage or bodily injury to another party, you may face legal action including fines and possible jail time.
My GUESS would be yes since most fraud's carry a jail sentence.
they get in jail for not having a licence and driving.
Yes, carrying auto insurance is mandatory in all states, including Georgia. Driving without insurance can result in fines and/or jail time.
You can certainly get in serious trouble for having your vehicle uninsured.
If you have full covered insurance YES. Otherwise it will only cover the other person. DUI accident its just like a regular accident, with the difference that you will go to jail.