|Off the road for good|
"Uninsured driving is a serious problem in this country," Malcolm Tarling of the Association of British Insurers told the BBC, noting that about 4% of drivers are not covered. "Not only are they more likely to cause an accident, but they also push up cost of insurance, which all honest, law-abiding drivers have to pay."
Does that mean if all 1.4 million cars are crushed tomorrow, premiums will come tumbling down Mr.Tarling? In issues of this kind there are winners and losers. The car crushing industry is due more business, the courts are due more business (but not necessarily more pay!) and the insurance industry rues the day it made a noise.
Let the crushing begin and let's see what happens to those premiums.