He also explained that such people are also costing sensible and responsible motorists around £400 million a year.
"Everyone that has car insurance is paying £30 to a levy for the victims of uninsured drivers and we want to reduce that," he explained.
"We want to prevent dangerous uninsured drivers and there will be a new enforcement agency next year which BIBA has been working with the government on."
A study by the Motor Insurers' Bureau last year found that uninsured drivers are ten times more likely to have a drink driving conviction than those who have cover.
It was also revealed that such people are also more likely to be driving a vehicle that can be described as unsafe.
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