Did you know that you may have to provide proof of insurance at a traffic stop if law enforcement should ask you for it? This law went into effect in Wisconsin on June 1, 2010 and suggests owners of motor vehicles to carry proof of insurance in their vehicle. Drivers who are unable to show proof of insurance can receive a fine, and driving without any insurance at all can result in a fine of up to $500.
Make sure you are always protected by a reliable Wisconsin car insurance policy by contacting us and working with one of our experienced agents. We will work with you to create a customized policy so you can avoid such fines as the ones discussed above.
You should also contact us if you need proof of insurance. Individuals can receive fines of up to $5,000 for offering fraudulent proof of insurance during a traffic stop. This too can easily be avoided by contacting your Wisconsin insurance agent.
It is always important to be aware of traffic laws and their implications. Contact the Wisconsin DMV or visit their Web site to learn more about traffic laws, and contact us with any insurance questions.