What happens if a Queens or NY driver gets into an accident and does operating without insurance?
If you get into an accident and do not have insurance, you are facing a very serious situation. If you are found guilty, your license and registration will be suspended for one year and you will face large fines – up to a $1500 traffic court fine – and you will be given a $750 civil penalty by the DMV to restore your license after your suspension time. The same fines and penalties are in place if you let someone else drive your uninsured vehicle. The smartest move you can make if you have been ticketed for operating without insurance or allowing someone to drive your uninsured vehicle is to call My Tickets NYC. Our lawyers will develop the best defense possible for your situation and then vigorously pursue the best possible outcome with the least points, fines and insurance increases.