- Fri Nov 19, 2004 12:44 am
What David means is that it would have been the police who would have pursued you for driving without insurance as it is a criminal offence - I am very surprised in fact that they didn't pursue it as it is usual to have swingeing court fines for this. If they didn't - and it does seem bizarre - then they must have regarded it as not worth pursuing although the lady who wants her car repaired may have felt otherwise. I say that with feeling as years ago my car was damaged by someone who was driving without insurance. However, there are many of us who do this without really thinking about the consequences eg when you have no current tax on your car it invalidates the insurance anyway! so it is not uncommon - it only became a problem due to the accident and your insurance premiums would now be so high that that is the way the industry will recoup its money.
Anyway, the answer to your question is - this is highly unlikely to mean that a bankruptcy restriction order would be put in place and this is the only way your bankruptcy would be extended to more than a year.
Last edited by JaneClack on Sat Nov 20, 2004 12:41 am, edited 1 time in total.