I'm pretty sure it's the death penalty in the Okie State. Just Kidding. But really driving without insurance generally costs you more than the insurance would have cost you. Different jurisdictions set their own fines so it will be different in each County, City, and Town.
Refer to your State Insurance Regulations or ask your Insurance Agent. Insurance is regulated by each of the 50 states and the penalties will vary depending on where you live. Generally the first time or anytime penalty for driving without insurance is a hefty fine and drivers license suspension.
I could be wrong, but im pretty sure its not illegal to be without car insurance in the state of Florida.
I am not sure about California itself but of the states I do no about the penalty is always more than six months of insurance would have cost the person had they purchased the liability insurance.
The penalty for driving without insurance in Washington State starts at $250. However, if there are other infractions at the same time, the fine has the potential to become astronomical. I have seen them as much as $1000. So... even if it's just liability, carry insurance!
More than like each County and even City will set their own fines for traffic offenses such as this. In most states the fine for driving without insurance is usually higher that the cost of purchasing the insurance in the first place.
If you are driving the car, then you are officially liable for driving without proof of insurance, but most police will be understanding if you are driving a company car that you didn't know was insured.
I'm not sure, but driving without insurance is STUPID, and DANGEROUS!
If the car you are driving is insured then you are not driving without insurance.
Driving in Tennessee without proper auto insurance is quite difficult. The offender can be issued a $2500 fine. The state of Tennessee considers the offense a Class A misdemeanor.
The fines and associated punitive fees for driving without insurance are determined by your jurisdiction.
You are subject to a ticket for driving without insurance the moment one wheel of an uninsured vehicle touches the pavement of a public road under it's own power.