Should Car Insurance be a Law?

Should Car Insurance be a Law?

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#1 Jun 13, 2013
I think we should be able to drive at our own risk. This also enables the insurance companies to jack those prices up. Also, it's another method the Government uses to dictate what we do. Proving most of the people will let them tell you what to do. They're training you well. Just like that Seat-Belt law. They shouldn't be able to tell you what to do in your own vehicle.
me

Manchester, KY

#2 Jun 13, 2013
The Specialist wrote:
I think we should be able to drive at our own risk. This also enables the insurance companies to jack those prices up. Also, it's another method the Government uses to dictate what we do. Proving most of the people will let them tell you what to do. They're training you well. Just like that Seat-Belt law. They shouldn't be able to tell you what to do in your own vehicle.
I agree about the seatbelt law but I think everyone should be required to have car insurance. Most people don't have the extra cash to fix someone's car if the crash into them. Insurance is a must..

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#3 Jun 13, 2013
The Specialist wrote:
I think we should be able to drive at our own risk. This also enables the insurance companies to jack those prices up. Also, it's another method the Government uses to dictate what we do. Proving most of the people will let them tell you what to do. They're training you well. Just like that Seat-Belt law. They shouldn't be able to tell you what to do in your own vehicle.
You can drive at your own risk... What the Law is for it so you don't drive at Other Peoples Risk.... You Only have to have Liability Insurance so that when your stoned ass runs over a single mom and her kids their medical bills will get paid....Or her car repaired...

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#4 Jun 13, 2013
You both have good and valid points, still, I feel the issue is still arguable.
Cooter

Chicago, IL

#5 Jun 13, 2013
The Specialist wrote:
You both have good and valid points, still, I feel the issue is still arguable.
I feel you must have shit for brains. I would rather not pay for it also but even though I work, I couldn't come up with a large amount of money to fix someone's car. Most people would never pay their debts so honest ones would be the only ones hurt if we didn't have a law that you have to have insurance.
Willow

Chicago, IL

#6 Jun 13, 2013
The Specialist wrote:
You both have good and valid points, still, I feel the issue is still arguable.
Agree.

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#7 Jun 13, 2013
Cooter wrote:
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I feel you must have shit for brains. I would rather not pay for it also but even though I work, I couldn't come up with a large amount of money to fix someone's car. Most people would never pay their debts so honest ones would be the only ones hurt if we didn't have a law that you have to have insurance.
If you would use common sense and be careful, you wouldn't have to worry about fixing someones car.

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#8 Jun 13, 2013
Cooter wrote:
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I feel you must have shit for brains.
In that case, I'd say you don't have very good instincts.
Rumors

Prestonsburg, KY

#9 Jun 13, 2013
The Specialist wrote:
You both have good and valid points, still, I feel the issue is still arguable.
Well, at the very least, when you run someone over you may be able to get your happy meal replaced and the chocolate frosty stains removed form your carpets, eh?
Rumors

Prestonsburg, KY

#10 Jun 13, 2013
Cooter wrote:
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I feel you must have shit for brains.
Oh, it's WAY worse than that.

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#11 Jun 13, 2013
It could be a little cheaper.

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#12 Jun 13, 2013
Pond Skimmer wrote:
It could be a little cheaper.
Yes, that was my point. It's a rip off. And for some reason, American citizen's love it. They love being told what to do.
Splinter

Chicago, IL

#13 Jun 13, 2013
I think car insurance should be enforced, but more like a bank account. I've been paying $75 a month for 10 years now, and have never been in an accident. I think insurance should cap off once you reach, $5000 let's say, and you don't have to pay any more. That way just incase you wreck you have money for repairs. On the other hand, if it wasn't required, a drugged of first-of-the-monther could cause an accident, and not having insurance would leave you screwed. =/
Insurance poor

London, KY

#14 Jun 13, 2013
Splinter wrote:
I think car insurance should be enforced, but more like a bank account. I've been paying $75 a month for 10 years now, and have never been in an accident. I think insurance should cap off once you reach,$5000 let's say, and you don't have to pay any more. That way just incase you wreck you have money for repairs. On the other hand, if it wasn't required, a drugged of first-of-the-monther could cause an accident, and not having insurance would leave you screwed.=/
They don't carry insurance because the are counting on your no fault insurance to cover them

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#15 Jun 13, 2013
Yes, in cities especially. People will cause accidents, in order to collect insurance money.

Another failure of the insurance law.
believer of the truth

Dyer, TN

#16 Jun 13, 2013
me wrote:
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I agree about the seatbelt law but I think everyone should be required to have car insurance. Most people don't have the extra cash to fix someone's car if the crash into them. Insurance is a must..
THE TROUBLE, with INSURANCE COMPANIES, LAWYERS, and DOCTORS IS... THEY can set their own PRICES and in my OPINION, THEY are nothing but, LEGAL THIEVES!!!

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#17 Jun 13, 2013
believer of the truth wrote:
<quoted text>THE TROUBLE, with INSURANCE COMPANIES, LAWYERS, and DOCTORS IS... THEY can set their own PRICES and in my OPINION, THEY are nothing but, LEGAL THIEVES!!!
Your opinion is correct.

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Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#18 Jun 13, 2013
Splinter wrote:
I think car insurance should be enforced, but more like a bank account. I've been paying $75 a month for 10 years now, and have never been in an accident. I think insurance should cap off once you reach,$5000 let's say, and you don't have to pay any more. That way just incase you wreck you have money for repairs. On the other hand, if it wasn't required, a drugged of first-of-the-monther could cause an accident, and not having insurance would leave you screwed.=/
I like your idea....If not cap off, it should at the least be cut to half price at some point.

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