Las Vegas, NV, September 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- A new Wise Insurance Quotes survey shows that the majority of respondents have driven without car insurance, despite laws requiring coverage to be carried in most U.S. states.
Some 60% of respondents to the survey said they had driven without car insurance in place on their vehicle at some time. The majority of drivers on roadways, however, throughout the U.S. are insured motorists, according to industry studies. Uninsured motorists are a major problem in many regions of the country, especially those suffering from high unemployment.
Tough economic times in many areas prohibit some drivers from maintaining car insurance, despite the risks associated with driving without auto insurance coverage. The remaining 40% said they had not driven without insurance on their vehicle.
Wise Insurance Quotes.com regularly surveys visitors to its website on subjects related to financial issues and insurance. The website is devoted to helping consumers with the latest news on insurance.
Increasing car insurance costs and tight budgetary constraints have made it tough for millions of Americans. However, consumers are increasingly taking advantage of shopping for lower insurance rates online and many are finding lower rates. Wise Insurance Quotes is an independent news website that is not connected to the insurance industry, and provides insurance news to help consumers make better informed decisions on insurance. The site regularly surveys consumers on important financial issues related to insurance and other personal finance issues.