Millions of Brits driving without insurance

Cars on a motorway

The insurer has revealed that 2.2 million motorists have driven without insurance, with 1.8 million of those mistakenly believing they were insured.

Almost two million motorists have driven their friend’s car under the incorrect impression that they were insured to do so, and 44% of all motorists said they would lend their car to a friend even if they knew that person was not insured to drive it, regardless of the law.

Both the lender and the borrower would be guilty of committing a motoring

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