Before anything, I have valid insurance (as you can see from my previous ticket, i wasn't fined $9000 for not having insurance).
Anyways, I was just wondering. Let's say I'm driving a car without insurance and a police officer is tailing me. Is he able to run my license plate and see if I'm insured or not?
I heard a couple of people talking about "pink slip" scams. This is where they get a fake "pink slip" and use it as insurance?
I'm just curious, how do people get away with doing this if police are able to run license plates to tell if you have insurance or not?
-> See whether the vehicle is insured or not
-> See which insurance company the vehicle is
i never knew they had access to that information. I know a couple of people who drive using the "pink slip". I think they get valid insurance and then cancel it and keep the pink slip. This allows them to drive for the year. I was wondering how this works if police have access to the information.