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One-in-200 motorists caught driving without insurance

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One in every 200 people with a full UK driving licence has been penalised for driving without insurance, a Freedom of Information request has revealed.

The request by the Institute of Advanced Motorists to the DVLA found that a total 226 803 drivers in the UK have points on their licence for driving without insurance. Of these 194 997 are full

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