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Mark S.

It's only a victimless crime until the uninsured gets in an accident.

It's to me the same sort of victimless crime as shooting a gun off in McDonald's without actually intending to hit somebody. You might, but that's not your intention.

This sort of belief fosters the attitude of driving as some sort of divine or protected right. It's a responsibility and paying your insurance is part of that responsibility. Not doing so is a crime looking for a victim.


It's a victimless crime when a safe driver who doesn't have insurance gets busted for not having insurance.

Mike Norton

You should check out they are putting a proposal on the ballot in AZ that would outlaw photo-radar. I've already signed the petition and so has the usually a-political Natalie.

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