posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 11:37 AM
reply to post by mattguy404
With this way how no vehicle on the road would be without auto insurance. Imagine no police to get anyone for not having auto insurance on the car
they're driving. Someone driving without insurance who hits someone is more likely to drive off anyway. Under something like this idea that type of
crime would reasonably reduce.
So I say have the political government in Washington D.C. get this one thing done right at least.
The universal auto insurance drive should cover all vehicles for the vechicle owners/leasees in the country, reguardless of the particular driver.
All general extra costly statistics due to the driver world that would raise insurance could be altogether incorperated into the cost at the pump by
mathmatical statistic specialists. So still, if that's the case, if you use a car that gets more miles to a gallon, you should be saving as well as
saving if you're one not to drive much anyway. Or...
Those bad drivers only
should have to pay an extra payment on time to a bill
that's seperate from the insurance drive at the gas pump which should leave everyone else unaffected as average or good drivers.
So these things should go away inside the universal insurance drive: The price of your individual auto insurance going up after each accident...The
specific cost differences to the particular makes and models with reguard to specific things installed or not installed...Etc.
[edit on 14-6-2008 by Mabus]