No. While 4x4 insurance can be pricey, you can’t go without it. That’s because, since 2011, a law known as Continuous Insurance Enforcement (CIE) has been in force.
This makes it a legal requirement for the registered owner of any vehicle to have insurance. The only exception is if you make a SORN, or Statutory Off Road Notification, when you take a vehicle 'off the road' to stop its tax and insurance.
You’ll need to tell the DVLA you’re taking your vehicle off the road, for example if you’re keeping it in a garage for a long period of time.
Don’t forget that if you decide to put the vehicle back on to the road, you’ll need the right insurance – and a full MOT and tax – otherwise you could face a fixed penalty notice and court prosecution. And your vehicle could be impounded or destroyed.