The Insurance Research Council estimates uninsured motorist rates based on how frequently insurance companies process car-crash claims involving an uninsured motorist. According to 2012 claims data, 8.7% of Wyoming drivers are uninsured, compared to the national average of 12.6%.
Penalties for Driving Without Insurance in Wyoming
Auto insurance is required in Wyoming. You need proof of insurance when registering your vehicle and anytime you drive. If you are caught driving without proof of insurance, you face up to a $750 fine and up to six months in jail.
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