Ireland has one of the worst records in Western Europe in terms of driving without insurance.
CEO of the Motor Insurers Bureau John Casey estimates the rate of people driving without insurance in Ireland is at 5%.
In Kerry the rate is 4 to 5 percent which is viewed as mainly compliant by Irish standards.
County Louth has the highest rates of uninsured drivers on Irish roads.
Mr Casey says people shouldn’t turn a blind eye if they see someone driving without insurance: