It depends on your priors but it shouldn't be a jail able offense. If you have been jailed I would talk with your attorney or the public defender for proper legal advise.
hopefully, you go to jail
Absolutely not. If you lied it would be FRAUD and you can do Jail time.
Absolutely. If you are stopped and have no drivers license and do not have insurance on the vehicle you are driving then yes you will most likely be taken to jail and the vehicle will be impounded to car jail as well. They can't let you drive off without a license or insurance.
You are going to go to jail. Enjoy!
no insurance + jail
Well, it depends on where you live and what the laws are in that specific region. in canada, that perosn would probably go to jail.
you got to jail for not having insurance or a vaild license and you are personally liable for all the damages you caused.
No you can't go to jail for not having insurance but you can loose your license and be forced to pay major fines and fees to have them reinstated as well as have to carry a SR-22 bond for a few years if your pulled over.
in the State of Indiana you get caught with a suspended drivers license its a bondable offense...that means you get arrested and your car get towed. You have to bond out of jail and receive a court date, go to the place where your car is towed and prove insurance and pay to get the car then have a licensed driver drive it off the lot...have a nice day :)
No, but in many states it's a criminal offense and you can be subject to license suspension, fines and jail.
yes you will because you must need a driving license to drive.
You'll be arrested and charged with driving without a license and driving without insurance (I assume), at the very least. Not to mention that these charges may negatively affect your future chances of obtaining a drivers license.