Clamp down on uninsured drivers set for 2010

The government has confirmed it will clamp down on uninsured driving in 2010, following criticism from the British Insurance Brokers' Association (Biba) over stalled proceedings.

Insurance Age reported in August that Biba had been lobbying the government to establish the long-awaited Continuous Insurance Enforcement process, which would see official vehicle registers and the motor insurance database (MID) join forces to catch uninsured drivers.

Jim Fitzpatrick, parliamentary under secretary of

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