BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE REMINDS MOTORISTS THAT
YOUR VEHICLE(S) MUSH BE INSURED OR YOU WILL BE CITED AND YOUR
Indiana state law requires that every registered vehicle must have proof of +insurance.
Unfortunately, there are many drivers who choose to break the law and “fly under the radar”
without insurance. Until recently, not having insurance didn’t affect these drivers when they
were not at fault for the accident, but now a new law limits recovery for not-at-fault drivers who
Bartholomew County deputies are finding more and more drivers with vehicles that are not
“Motorists on Bartholomew County streets and roadways must provide deputies with your
driver’s license, vehicle registration and proof of insurance when asked (per Indiana state law) or
they will be issued a citation and the vehicle will be towed”, said Bartholomew County Sheriff
Matthew A. Myers.
“Don’t drive without a valid insurance policy in place – it’s the law and, not having it, can be
even more expensive”, added Sheriff Myers.