Friday, January 11, 2019

illegal aliens driving, legally or not, happens to affect citizens driving legally

12 states have switched to allowing illegals the driving privilege.

by expanding driving privileges:
 In New Mexico, the rate of uninsured vehicles decreased by 24 percent and traffic fatalities fell 23 percent.
 In California, research linked its license law to a sharp decline in hit-and-run accidents.
 In Utah, the uninsured rate dropped 20 percent.

There are 466,000 unauthorized immigrants of driving age in New Jersey, according to NJ Policy Perspective, and no matter how you feel about it, they are going to drive. Most of them have jobs, families, and places to go.

But they also have no driver’s license, their car is probably unregistered, and since they have no insurance, your own policy probably won’t cover any damages if you’re struck by one of them.

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