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frank wrote: »
ok, from what fla dmv states on their web page, motorcyclists are not required to carry insurance unless you ride without a helmet
how would the le know if you have insurance unless they pull you over?
gandrfab wrote: »
Some things they can get just by running your tag.
jad1097 wrote: »
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This is true. I wear a helmet and never been asked for insurance. I never had it till motorcycles started getting so expensive.
Owner of vehicles name, has the registration run out.
Last time I got pulled over was because the registration was 2 days over do.
Couldn't tell from the the little registration sticker it was still in the same month.
Some of the loe's should chime in.
When the no helmet w/insurance thing passed years ago I was told by LEO not having a helmet on was probable cause to pull you over.
I did ride w/o insurance for years (my health insurance covered me in case of an accident, someone else's insurance would cover me if I was hit) when I was young & dumb and of course on cheaper bikes.
Then I carried insurance for the last 14 years until I sold my last one, bike insurance is cheap IMO, I've never paid more then $350 a year.
That being said, I wont ever ride w/o again out on the road. Even gave up my skid lids in favor of full face all the time ( I used to wear full face on my sports bikes & skid lids on the cruisers because it was "cool" looking )