Today's Oklahoman has some startling statistics:
Nearly one in four (24 percent) Oklahoma motorists drove without insurance during the period of 2005 to 2007, the council's study estimated. Only three states had worse rates: New Mexico (29 percent), Mississippi (28 percent), and Alabama (26 percent).
The article mentions that our state's current percentage of uninsured drivers may be even higher.
So what can you do to protect yourself against a deadbeat driver? Make sure you have uninsured motorists on your car insurance policy.