and it's a notice, where if you pay, there is no lapse in coverage.
If there is, then the state follows up with a request to prove you have insurance, this process takes at minimum 40 days.
so for 40 days, she could have figured out that she hadn't paid her insurance.
Especially since being "hacked" and getting a new card, I am sure she was hypervigilant about all moneys coming and going in that account at the time.
Oh, and how dare she let her debit card get hacked. I know right, nail her to the wall for that. Happened to me too, must me a real scofflaw I am. I tell yea. Us out laws running the streets are a real threat to national security.
No one faults her or you for having your cards compromised, **** happens. but failing to pay and maintain insurance is against the law, and who is responsible for making sure they are an insured driver?
Not quite as bad as selling .50 loosies on a street corner, but it's still the law.
And again, what would you do if you found that cop?
Did you check to see if it was against department regulation to give someone not being arrested or detained a "lift"?
Did you check to see if it was against department regulations to let her use thier personal phones?
Did you consider he could have impounded her car?
Did you or she file a complaint against the officer?
I've never had a problem figuring out paying my bills, so I can't relate, but I do know my insurance agent would call me if there was an issue.