Why driving licences are important


WHILE driving without a licence is an offence and carries a fine, I don’t think the offenders realise just how serious the results of this action can be.

If the driver of a vehicle does not have a licence, it means any insurance is invalid. At best this could mean paying personally for expensive repairs for any damage to another vehicle or even having to buy the owner a new car. How-ever, should an accident injure another passenger in your vehicle or the driver of another vehicle, either of whom is then left paralysed, you will be liable for damages possibly reaching into millions to cover a lifetime of care.

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