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About 1 mln cars circulating without insurance

About one million vehicles are currently in circulation in the country without insurance, according to the Chairman of Car Insurance Companies Association in Greece Costas Bertsias.

Speaking to Vima FM on Thursday, Bertsias said authorities will soon introduce cross-check software enabling them to net offenders.

Meanwhile, the government is preparing legislation foreseeing that no contract is renewed where motorists have not paid their fees, Bertsias said.

ekathimerini.com , Thursday Jan 23, 2014 (13:33)  
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