W/o Expired Third Party Insurance

If someone is caught driving a vehicle not covered by an insurance policy from a valid third party, the driver could be subject to legal penalties. The exact penalties may differ under the jurisdiction or state; however, generally speaking, the penalties are the following:

  1. Fine: The penalty for driving a vehicle that does not have the proper third-party insurance policy can be as high as Rs. 2,000 to Rs. 4,000, depending on the seriousness of the offence.
  2. Suspension of driving licenses The license to drive of the individual could be suspended, and the driver might be required to take a driving test.
  3. Seizure of the vehicle: The authorities could take a vehicle, and the owner could be required to pay additional charges to release the vehicle.