Driving without Valid Auto Insurance
Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney in Aurora Today
Driving without valid auto insurance is considered a "business" offense in Illinois. All motor vehicles that operate on Illinois roadways are required to have liability insurance. For those individuals that are charged with driving without valid auto insurance, the penalties can be very severe.
If you’ve been charged with driving without valid auto insurance, it’s important that you contact a criminal defense attorney in Aurora as soon as possible. At The Law Offices of David Lee, we have more than 15 years of combined experience and our team is prepared to put our skills, resources, and knowledge to work for you.
Call our firm at (630) 901-8700 today to learn more about how we can help you with your traffic violation charge.
Penalties for Driving without Valid Auto Insurance
If your charged with driving without valid auto insurance and you did not have auto insurance at the time your ticket was issued, your minimum court fine is $501.00 with a maximum fine of $1,000.00 for each incident.
In addition, if you are convicted for driving without valid auto insurance, you may face the following penalties:
- Driver’s license suspension
- Qualifying for SR-22, or “high risk” insurance
"High risk" insurance may double or triple your current insurance premiums, costing you greatly in the long run.
Contact Driving Aurora Defense Attorney David Lee
Driving without valid auto insurance is a serious "business" offense that could damage your Illinois driving record. Aurora criminal defense attorney David Lee can provide you with advice on how to address your pending ticket and can provide you with a plan to avoid driver’s license suspension. He understands the value of your finances and the importance of protecting your driver's license and he will aggressively advocate for your rights throughout the entire legal process.
Charged with driving without valid auto insurance? Contact our firm today at (630) 901-8700 for a free phone consultation.