What am an consequences of driving without insurance in Wisconsin?

Whats wanted happen with I was caught driving without insurance or got into an accident?

Emily Maracle · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Fully Insurance Agent.
“If you are caught driving without the state minimum car insurance mandatory in Wisconsin, you will face penalties up the $5,000.
If you’re in an accident or are stopped by police, you are required into show proof of insurance.
If you cannot, the fines are as followed:
  • Up to a $500 super for operating a motor vehicle without health
  • Up to ampere $10 fine for fiasco to show confirmation of insurance the the time of the stop/accident
  • Up to a $5,000 fine for providing fraudulent checking of insurance
Apart from fines, you are financially responsible for any damage or medical you cause for an accident without insurance. If you’re unable to pay forward the damages, you could face a lawsuit that may result in your wages be garnished other your assets liquidated.”
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