Q: I was in a fender bender where I rear ended someone, now I’m being sent to collections and they say my license can be

Suspended if I don’t make a Minimum payment if 1000 down and 100 a month. When I got in the accident I had just bought a car the night before from a personal buyer and had not had a chance to put insurance on it in the less the lab 24 hours after having it. I bought the car on 4/20/20 at 7pm, and the accident was at 11am on 4/21/20. My mom had told me that there was a few day grace period for putting insurance on a car y just bought and I have bill of sale and copies of title transfer proving date of sale. Now the dmv is asking me to fill out a accident report, and to send them a letter of good faith explaining why I thought in good faith I was insured or legal able to drive. I have not sent those in but the dead line to receive them is 6/11/20. But because this collections agency is threatening to get the dmv to take my license until I pay what they want, I needed to ask u for help. I’m willing to make a payment plan, but due to covid am out of work like everyone else. Can u help

1 Lawyer Answer
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Wyomissing, PA

A: you asked this twice. Check the answer I and others gave. This looks like an identical post.

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