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You always run some legal risk when you drive. As long as you are insured (you have a card in your hand) and you have permission to drive the car, it does not matter who owns the car. There is a difference between the legal minimum insurance coverage and actually adequate coverage, and since you are not getting separate insurance where control the insurance ...


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EDIT: I've just noticed the date of this post. I will leave my answer up in case it assists anyone in similar circumstances in future. Just to add to the above answers, if the offence is for being uninsured (and not instead some other offense relating to your failure to notify the DVLA of the tranfer) and you have evidence that you no longer had possession ...


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