Well he drove it.... and got stopped.
Improper Ownership (it was signed but not dated. That's my fault, i signed it and changed my mind and said i'd date it the day he finished paying for it. Ya it was a mistake)
The next day i went down to the police station and let them photo copy the insurence. I figure ya ok he was dumb to drive it and maybe he coulda screwed me but the kid is working hard and supporting his girlfriend. He honestly can't afford all this and i figure its a lesson learned. The police and the crown want nothing to do with me. They just won't "accept my insurence" saying he needs his own. Technicaly i see it as the car is still mine and i have insurence on it. How can he be charged for no insurence? He will lose his license (crown) and needs it to get to work every day... The crown did say they wanted a letter from my insurence company. I can get one but i don't know if i want my insurence company to know the story... im afraid they might jack me for risk factor or something.... I woulda thought the slip was good enough. And i have the renewal for the year that shows the date my grand prix stopped being insured.
I am not sure your ins will cover a vehicle you sold to some one else...That is for the insurance company to decide....I can only speak from the HTA
Yeah it is a big fine and he is trying but he did decide to drive..No one forced him to drive....What if he killed one of your kids and had no insurance...Or maimed one and they required lifetime of care...Bet you would feel differently then...
Now having said that I have seen prosecutors making arrangements for things like this.....Such as payment plans etc...
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