Florida Driver Handbook | Florida Motor Vehicle Insurance Laws

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4. driving privilege

  • 4.1. Driving a motor vehicle in Florida is an earned privilege
  • 4.2. point system
  • 4.3. red light cameras/infractions
  • 4.4. mandatory restriction for minors
  • 4.5. zero tolerance
  • 4.6. driving under the influence
  • 4.7. other serious violations of licensing law
  • 4.8. administrative hearings
  • 4.9. florida motor vehicle insurance laws
  • 4.10. traffic accidents
  • 4.11. littering
  • 4.12. road damage
  • in florida, there are two motor vehicle insurance laws. They are the financial responsibility law and the no-fault law. It’s important that you understand these laws because if you don’t have the right insurance, you can lose your driver’s license and tags and have to pay large fees to get them back.

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    4.9.1 – the financial responsibility law

    Financial Responsibility Law requires motor vehicle owners and operators to be financially responsible for damages and/or injuries they may cause to others when an automobile accident occurs. this law requires any person to have bodily injury liability insurance at the time of the following:

    1. acitation for dui, resulting in a revocation. these cases require the following minimum insurance coverage
      • $100,000 bodily injury liability (bil) (to one person).
      • $300,000 bodily injury liability to two or more persons.
      • $50,000 property damage liability (pdl)
      • If you do not have the insurance required to comply with the financial responsibility law, your driver’s license and/or plates will be suspended for up to three years. You will need to pay a reinstatement fee and show dhsmv-certified proof of full liability insurance on Form FR-44 for three years from the original suspension date to regain your driving privilege.

        1. a suspension for excessive points against your driver’s license.
        2. an accident in which you are at fault and injuries have occurred.
        3. a habitual traffic violator revocation.
        4. a revocation for any felony for which this department is required to revoke your license. cases listed above (excluding dui) must have the following minimum insurance coverage:

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