Economy Driving More Motorists to Drive Uninsured

Compliments of the Insurance Journal Approximately one in six drivers across the U.S. may be driving uninsured by 2010, according to a recent study from Insurance Research Council (IRC). Although the estimated percentage of uninsured motorists decreased nationally, from 14.9 percent in 2003 to 13.8 percent in 2007, the research group says the recent economic downturn is expected to trigger a sharp rise in the uninsured motorist rate. Read the full article here