Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Dallas, Texas Passed new Auto Insurance Law

The City of Dallas, Texas passed an ordinance stating that if a driver is pulled over by law enforcement and is not able to provide proof of Insurance, the car is towed.

To retrieve the car after being impounded, they must show proof of insurance to have the car released.
This has made it easy for the City of Dallas to remove uninsured cars. Shortly after the "No Insurance" ordinance was passed, the Dallas impound lots began to fill up and were full after only nine days.
Over 80% of the impounded cars were driven by illegals. Now, not only must they provide proof of insurance to have their car released, they have to pay for the cost of the tow, a $350 fine, and $20 for every day their car is kept in the lot.
Guess what? Accident rates have gone down 47% and... Dallas' solution gets uninsured drivers off the road WITHOUT making anyone show proof of Nationality.
I Wonder how the Justice Department will get around this one??

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