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Helping You Out After Being Caught Driving Without Insurance

In Missouri, it is illegal for an individual to drive a vehicle without insurance. During a traffic stop — for speeding, reckless driving, drunk driving, etc. — if the driver fails to show proof of insurance, he or she may face serious consequences:

  • Points on license: Driving without insurance will lead to four points on your license. Too many points (eight within 18 months) can lead to license suspension.
  • Order of supervision: This may be done to ensure that the driver is maintaining auto insurance.
  • License suspension: The driver's license may be suspended for a specific period of time.

Going forward, the driver must show proof of insurance to the Department of Revenue for a period of three years. Failing to show proof of insurance during this time can lead to an additional period of license suspension.

At Kelly, Symonds & Reed, LLC, we understand how frustrating the effects of a conviction can be. We work aggressively on behalf of individuals facing any criminal charge as well as those being accused of driving without auto insurance.

The Importance Of Taking Legal Action

You may be under the impression that driving without insurance is not a serious crime, but this is wrong. The consequences can have a huge negative impact on your life, affecting your driving privileges, finances and more. Working with an attorney is an effective way to ensure that the right steps are taken to seek the best possible results.

Act sooner than later to protect yourself going forward.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

The consequences of driving without insurance in Missouri are steep. Don't let something as minor as securing insurance lead to years of potential legal headaches. Talk to the skilled attorneys at our firm to discuss your options for a better future.

Questions? Do not hesitate to contact our office in Lee's Summit, Missouri, to schedule a free consultation. Call 816-347-1818 or send us an email to set up an appointment. We can meet during regular business hours or in the evening if it's more convenient. Evening appointments are by request only.