George Gibbs Center for Economic Prosperity

07/01/98 – Pr⁠i⁠va⁠t⁠e Au⁠t⁠omob⁠i⁠le L⁠i⁠cense Tags

By: The James Madison Institute / 1998

One of the risks Florida drivers face is the possibility of being involved in an automobile accident with an unisured motorist. Although state law requires auto insurance, perhaps as many as one third of Florida’s automobiles are uninsured. The problem of uninsured motorists could be significantly reduced by privatizing the issuance of automobile license tags.