Can I be fined twice for not having insurance on my car?

Can I be fined twice for not having insurance on my car? I was not caught driving as it was just parked up.

Asked on 6 March 2019 by Andrew Patterson

Answered by Tim Kelly
Unless you have SORN'd the vehicle, yes. By law, it either has to have a policy of insurance continually in place or must be declared SORN.
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