It may be a struggle for Lindsay Lohan to be insured on movie sets given her troubled history, but it seems the actress, despite multiple run-ins with the law and multiple auto-related incidents, is still somehow able to get auto insurance.
Lohan was arrested in New York City on Wednesday for leaving the
scene after allegedly clipping a 34-year-old chef while driving a 2010
black Porsche Cayenne SUV in an alleyway between two hotels.
In June, Lohan’s Porsche crashed into a dump truck on Malibu’s Pacific Coast Highway, and was totaled.
In March, Lohan reportedly attempted to maneuver a Porsche in a crowd of
paparazzi in Hollywood and hit the manager of a popular VIP hangout.
In 2007, she received two DUIs in the span of three months. In addition, the actress’s name routinely pop up in
association with dings, bangs, bumps and law breaking – including a spin
in her Porsche this past July in which she tapped the back of a silver
mustang, getting pulled over by police for running a stop sign in
Beverly Hills, and reports that she pulled her high-powered Maserati out
of her West Hollywood apartment building and ran a red light before
running into a stroller being pushed by a nanny.
But given this history, how on earth is Lohan still able to get motor
vehicle insurance, and what kind of premium must she be paying?
“Lindsay’s auto insurance policy is likely to be in the hundreds of
thousands of dollars a year, not to mention that some insurance
providers in California may require a bond,” according tp a spokesperson for
AutoInsuranceQuery.com, Roger Brideaux.