Uninsured Drivers

Under Irish law, a driver must be insured if they are operating a motor vehicle. If you own a vehicle, you must certify that you have insurance before you can renew your registration.

If you drive a vehicle that is registered in Ireland without you or the owner having insurance, then you have committed the offence of driving uninsured. This is an offence punishable by a fine or a term of imprisonment.

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For further information on Road Traffic Offences, please contact us by freephone on 1800 545454 or email info@hoc.ie

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