The American Property and Casualty Insurance Association (APCIA) issued a warning regarding the rise in car accidents involving uninsured drivers.
After two years of maintaining steady pricing for auto insurance in California and the constraints to insure them, many drivers have stopped carrying insurance or are buying less coverage.
This indicates a high risk of fines and penalties on the streets of the west coast of the United States, according to insurance expert Adriana Gallardo. A further consequence of the circumstance is the danger that auto accidents create.
Gallardo claims that some auto insurers are leaving the Californian market because they believe that drivers are too expensive to cover.
The founder of Adriana's Insurance, one of the top auto insurance companies with more than 30 years of experience on the west coast of the United States, said, "We are aware of this situation, and that is why we continue working to offer different types of insurance with significant coverages at the best price to help more people drive secured and avoid the risk
of significant expenses for accidents and fines, as well as to remain in good standing with the law."