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Auto insurance here in the UK is mandatory by law, makes driving extremely expensive enough so that I am thankful for the back issues that bar me from driving
@jamesgoldman Yes, it's mandatory and expensive in many countries and a total scam lobbyists introduced in the US in the 70s. It's literally paying hundreds of dollars a month (between $90 and $400) for nothing. Literally paying for nothing. If you DO get into an accident, no amount of coverage is going to 100% pay for everything. I can see the benefit of it if it actually worked as intended. But considering the fact you're always going to be paying for something out of pocket, no matter what (at least in the US), and the fact that accidents are rare, it's complete bullsh*t to make auto insurance mandatory. Cars are almost essential in society and it's reasonable to expect to pay for gas. But auto insurance is just flushing money down the toilet on bullsh*t and it's ridiculously expensive bullsh*t on top of it that doesn't even serve any purpose in the rare instances you might possibly actually need it.
It's cheaper here...£100 a month is high unless your a new driver wanting something big, my rental friend bought a Ferrari 458 at 19 for himself that was £5,000 a month (before he started his rental business)
* error* Healthy foods should be cheaper, people can't afford them