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Car Insurance Advantages
Since you are paying for a car insurance, why not understand the advantages it carries. A car insurance provides financial protection against physical damage and/or bodily injury resulting from traffic collisions and against liability that could also arise therefrom. In short, having a car insurance is a blessing in disguise; rather than paying for the full damages caused by the accident, the car insurer can help lessen the burden by allowing the victims to claim through the car insurance.
What Happens If I Do Not Have A Car Insurance
Driving without a valid car insurance is so good as driving without a valid car license and can easily land you in hot waters. The penalties are as follows:
- Up to $1,000 fine and/or 12 months’ vehicle license suspension.
- Up to 3 months’ jail term.
- Repeated offenders may even face a jail term of up to 6 months.
If you do not have an auto car insurance, your best bet is to get one immediately before taking your car out for a ride. Alternatively, you can scrap your vehicle and opt for the public transport; you do not need a motor car insurance to take public transportations.
Can Someone Else Drive My Vehicle
Yes, and no. The person can drive your vehicle if he has a valid car license recognised in Singapore and you have assigned him as your named driver in your motor car insurance policy. He can also drive the vehicle if the vehicle is a commercial vehicle covered by a valid commercial car insurance and he is using it for work purposes. If you did not name the party as an authorised driver in your car insurance policy; he should not drive the vehicle.
What Happens If Someone Else Who is Not A Named Driver Drives My Vehicle
He may face the same penalties of a person driving without a car insurance. This includes a fine of $1,000 and/or 12 months’ vehicle license stoppage and/or 3 months’ imprisonment.