My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: PA
I was able to get my license back last September, but have two fines left. So my license is suspended indefinitely. All I have to do is pay them off and I can get my license. however, penndots letter that i just got says i also have to provide proof of insurance? Is there a way around this? They have my plates, my registration is still suspended until i get insurance and send them a copy, but they have my plates and my car is not registered. They have had my plate since march 08. My car will take a lot of money to fix and i have to inspect it and buy a 500 dollar insurance policy.
Can I just say I have no car registered to me, which is true as it is suspended indefinitely until i send in $50 and copy of my insurance
When I first got my license, I had no car, no insurance. So why can't i get my license back. My gfs cars insurance would cover me if i were driving it, as would a companies car, a rental car etc.
is there a way around this
I want to pay my two tickets, get my license. Fix up my car, then when it is repaired, But a 6 month policy (the longer i wait the more i get out of it) get my plate, and renew my registration, then drive the car uninspected at night to an auto shop .3 miles from here.
i don't want to buy a 6 month policy and not even be able to drive my car for 2-3 months
If it comes to that, I'll just copy my old policy stub and photoshop in legit dates to get my license. to at least get my license back, I won't drive with no plates,inspection, etc