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Knowledgeable New Jersey Traffic Ticket Lawyers Defend Clients Charged with Driving without Insurance in Union, Monmouth and Ocean Counties

If you get stopped anywhere in New Jersey driving without insurance, you will soon learn why this charge is considered one of the most serious traffic violations in the state. New Jersey law requires all drivers to be properly insured with a minimum amount of liability coverage. Failure to secure and maintain the minimum amount of liability insurance on your car, truck or motorcycle can result in the suspension of your driving privileges and stiff fines.
The experienced attorneys at Lombardi and Lombardi have many decades of experience fighting traffic tickets for clients throughout New Jersey. We know the local courts and we understand the best ways to negotiate with municipal prosecutors to get traffic tickets downgraded and, when possible, dismissed. Don’t take chances with your driving privileges. Contact our legal team today for a free consultation and let us get started protecting your right to drive.

What are the Penalties for Driving without Insurance in New Jersey?

Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is often considered one of the most egregious traffic violations a driver can face. However, in truth, the penalties associated with driving without insurance in New Jersey are extremely serious, often harsher than a first time DWI/DUI conviction.
According to New Jersey’s Statute, 39:6B-2, the owner of a car, truck or motorcycle (or any other motor vehicle) must maintain a minimum of $15,000/$30,000/$5,000 in liability coverage. This means that if one person is injured or suffers wrongful death in an accident, the policy covers up to $15,000 in claims. The $30,000 in insurance would cover more than one person and $5,000 is the most this minimum policy will pay out for property damage.
Of course, there are a variety of reasons to maintain more insurance. However, failure to maintain at least the minimum $15,000/$30,000/$5,000 may result in:



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