should a person be tured in if u know...

should a person be tured in if u know they have no insurance or operators ?

Created by MONKEY DO on May 3, 2010

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dont drive and drink

Athens, WV

#24 Jul 11, 2010
karma wrote:
<quoted text>yes they should be turned in, i know of several that drives with no insurance on vehicles and a few that doesn't have drivers license they live on big hart close to the middle school hope how soon karma catches up with them ,like always said what comes around goes around.....
because its not far for people who has insurance , then the person who has no insurance is out driven on the road without insurance has an accident and that person they may hit and they have insurance ,the person without insurance everyone loses and those who has no drivers license shoudnt be driving at all. do you know of anyone who drives without drivers licenses.
not sure

Charleston, WV

#25 Jul 11, 2010
OK. how would you know if the person had insurance in the first place? Are u gonna snoop around their personal papers and into their private business to find this out? You are nothing but a busybody troublemaker to even think about it.. whether you do it or not.
harts creeker

United States

#26 Jul 12, 2010
Leave these poor fellers alone. they can't afford these outrageous insurance and license fees. They are a just having fun, getting to were their going. you all just jealous cause you all ain't got the guts to say screw the insurance, screw the road laws, I'm driving. True American rebels is what they are!
true

United States

#27 Jul 12, 2010
Most of these idiots tell you that they don't have insurance. You don't have to snoop. And like I posted earlier unless you feel they are a danger to others then you should mind you own business. If they are a threat to others then you should definetly turn them in.
meee

Princeton, WV

#28 Jul 12, 2010
ex-con wrote:
<quoted text>wow i must ave stuck a nerv.i dont care what you think.im not fucking you nore do i care but to turn ones own family in to the police for something so petty is low and despickable.i hope you cant sleep at night from the guilt of your actions to your own flesh and blood.no loyalties in american society today.must be a lonely hatefull place where ever you live
there are a bunch like that at breeden too.
not sure

Charleston, WV

#29 Jul 12, 2010
true wrote:
Most of these idiots tell you that they don't have insurance. You don't have to snoop. And like I posted earlier unless you feel they are a danger to others then you should mind you own business. If they are a threat to others then you should definetly turn them in.
I agree with you there. If they are a danger to others they definitely should be turned in. BUT you are not a danger to others by simply not having insurance! It would have to be someone knocked out, driving all over the road.. or see kids in the car, sometimes without even having car seats. Now that is perfectly good reasons to turn people in. but not just because they do not have insurance.
meee

Princeton, WV

#30 Jul 12, 2010
not sure wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree with you there. If they are a danger to others they definitely should be turned in. BUT you are not a danger to others by simply not having insurance! It would have to be someone knocked out, driving all over the road.. or see kids in the car, sometimes without even having car seats. Now that is perfectly good reasons to turn people in. but not just because they do not have insurance.
even if you tell the police they wont do anything.they are going to set back and let families self destruct.most of the time because of the trash married into families that should stay out of immediate family business .i guess they are afraid of not being able to pull the strings to suit them.they are too busy being greedy to loose their gravy train.and the family members are too pu$$y whipped to take control.Even when they KNOW they are not faithful to them. MEOW KERSWISH CRACK THAT WHIP!CHOOSE TRASH OVER FAMILY.when family has been there when no one else has! So everyone keep on doing the polices job.What about road checks!then they can see how messed up and uninsured,and unlicensed these drivers are.CALL YOUR SHERIFFS OFFICE OR ST.TROOPERS. and i am not from that area so i dont know any of these individuals.i am just stating my opinion in general.
knock knock

Athens, WV

#31 Jul 12, 2010
not sure wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree with you there. If they are a danger to others they definitely should be turned in. BUT you are not a danger to others by simply not having insurance! It would have to be someone knocked out, driving all over the road.. or see kids in the car, sometimes without even having car seats. Now that is perfectly good reasons to turn people in. but not just because they do not have insurance.
if the other person doesnt have any insurance , when they have an accident and has no insurance then the other person is out of luck, so they dont have to be on drugs or knocked out of their minds not to have an insurance. its just not right for some people to have insurance and not others
NO INSURANCE

Athens, WV

#32 Jul 12, 2010
What is the Penalty for Driving Without Insurance!!!!!Believe it or not, thousands of people in the United States still get behind the wheel of a car without a car insurance policy. Despite the fact that it is illegal in most states, people put themselves and others at risk everyday without it. It’s unacceptable when there are dozens of different car insurance companies offering low price policies meant to only meet state minimum requirements. Fortunately, lawmakers think it’s unacceptable too and have introduced increasingly severe punishments for driving without car insurance. Since every state has different laws regarding car insurance, here’s a general look at several scenarios and types of penalties.!!!!!!!!! In the case that you’re pulled over by a police officer and are found to not have a valid car insurance policy, you’ll probably receive a hefty fine and could even have your license and registration suspended, especially if you’re charged with any other offenses. The fines are usually $100-$500, although some states include a surcharge or fee, which could nearly double the price of the fine.
* Let’s say it’s your second or third time being caught by a police officer without car insurance. Now you will almost certainly have your license and registration suspended for 6 months to a year and your fine will be twice as large as the first offense. In some cases, your car could also be towed and impounded. After several offenses, you could even do a year of jail time in some states.
* Now let’s examine probably the worst case scenario – you’re involved in a major car accident with multiple injuries to another driver or their passengers. Not only will you face stiffer consequences from the law, such as fines and jail time, you’ll be looking at a whole new set of problems from the other driver. First, you’ll have to pay out of pocket for any damage done to their vehicle, which can easily reach thousands of dollars. Of course, if the driver or their passengers suffer any injuries, you’ll be responsible for those medical bills as well. You could also face a bevy of other charges if the other driver is seriously injured, such as pain and suffering, lost wages, and other punitive damages.
!!!!
not sure

Charleston, WV

#33 Jul 12, 2010
WV has the highest insurance rates in the United States!!!!! &&&& the highest poverty level. &&&&& the highest unemployment rate. So what does that tell you?
harts creeker

United States

#34 Jul 12, 2010
Car insurance is the biggest legalized scam ever! Even if you buy it for decades and never have an accident, the price never goes down. Only up!
excon

Canton, MS

#35 Jul 12, 2010
LC Citizen 2 wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not an aunty,dumbass
ancestery.com can help with all your family tree issues.must be hard to keep up with.you have a nephuew but your not an aunty?is this a riddle or are you confused?
excon

Canton, MS

#36 Jul 12, 2010
FYI wrote:
<quoted text>law breakers get stitches.
public records work both ways.yes we have a need for law officers we do not need the assholes who call themselves cops.public service is a joke statement.at no time have i ever been helped by talked to respectfully by or not in some way get harased by some dick head cop just because i have tattoos or i look like this or that to them.so bite me fuzz boy.allways on tv whineing when one of you die and takking off work for the sevices.cops coming in from out of state.if your mechanic died do you think dealerships and auto service personel take off or morn?blow that macho cop shit up a sheeples ass not mine.as the country grows so dose its underbelly and theres alot of fat could be trimed inside city and state government.check out prisonplanet.com for a preview of whats to come for cops and reguler citezens alike.
NO INSURANCE

Saint Albans, WV

#37 Jul 30, 2010
THERE ARE A FEW WHO DRIVES WITHOUT INSURANCE, SO WHEN THETY HIT ANOTHER CAR AND THEM WITH NO INSURANCE THEN WHAT? YOUR OUT OF LUCK
Linda

Bedford, OH

#38 Jul 31, 2010
LC Citizen 2 wrote:
My nephew as had several DUI and on drugs so why shouldn't I turn him in.I would not want to meet him on the road,nor would I want anyone else to meet him.He has had 4 wrecks and thank God that no one was hurt.But these dumbasses, like ex-con don't give a shit.
And for your information ex-con,I don't want a fuc*ing pat on the back, I just don't want anyone to get hurt or killed due him being stupid. And for turning him in, I sleep very well,thank you for asking.
Like I said earlier,if it was a family member of your's that he killed,you would be sueing the hell out of that person.
Well, Therein lies the reason---he was on drugs, had SEVERAL DUIS, etc. That is a good reason. Not just turning him him for no insurance, as the topic of discussion was posted. You didnt post that and it was unclear to others your reason, so ex con took offense, as I kinda sided with him and true on this subject. But you finally explained WHY, and that was very different than the topic subject. I am sure alot of people are dealing with this pain, and I sympathize. We all feel the pain when they pass a law making the masses follow, and others dont. We feel it in higher insurance rates, tax rates, etc. It's just that the communication got off to a bad start because it wasnt clear. You didnt turn your nephew in because you just felt bad about insurance, you turned him in because he is a danger on the road. I can stand by that. As I hope everyone can. You didnt do it for a frivolous reason, you probably saved his life and others. I hope he gets the help he needs, and I hope you find a way to forgive him and build a healthy relationship with him.
music lover

United States

#39 Aug 1, 2010
who;s the best singerto ever come through harts creek?
feltner

United States

#40 Aug 26, 2010
I would say yes turn them in, because it isnt fair for the rest of us to pay insurance and then let those drive without insurance hit one of our vehicles who has insurance and they have no insurance then were that means we are shifted out out luck...

Since: May 10

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#41 May 30, 2012
FYI wrote:
<quoted text>law breakers get stitches.
cops wear shiny targets
i am a red neck

Kimberly, WV

#42 Jun 22, 2012
not sure wrote:
OK. how would you know if the person had insurance in the first place? Are u gonna snoop around their personal papers and into their private business to find this out? You are nothing but a busybody troublemaker to even think about it.. whether you do it or not.
well you take the license plate number down call it in ..or even look for the little sticker on the plates or again the sticker could be stolen...look for the month and year it expries .....
yelp

Mora, MN

#43 Jun 22, 2012
I'll tell ya what If I find out a person has no insurance on their car imma all in on them. Cause it's ppl like that who hits other ppl an then what

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