The State of New Jersey requires that every person who drives a vehicle on a road must have car insurance. There are no exceptions to this rule. If you are caught driving without car insurance, you may be subject up to a mandatory one-year suspension of your driver’s license.
In some instances, these situations may lead to collateral consequences that even surpass the penalties imposed on drunk driving. Under any circumstances, driving without insurance is against the law and will otherwise subject you to monetary fines, penalties or suspensions to name a few consequences.