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U.K. motorists can expect stiffer penalties for driving without insurance as the Continuous Insurance Enforcement (CIE) law has taken effect. Just how stiff are the consequences? Well, vehicle owners found in violation will be forced to pay a hefty fine and even face prosecution. Of course offenders’ rides face a far worse fate: being clamped, seized or hauled away to be crushed.

Although destroying vehicles may sound extreme, the measure is being lauded by many who charge that uninsured driving is a danger to the roads—and, by extension, the honest policyholders traveling on them.

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