Who Needs Convicted Driver Insurance?
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Who Will Need Convicted Driver Insurance?
Everyone who drives a car or parks it in a public place needs insurance; everyone who has been convicted of a driving or criminal offence and plans to drive a car or park it in a public place needs convicted driver insurance. From SP30s and other speeding offences, to drink and drug driving and dangerous driving offences, all of them could impact the insurance you need and the price you have to pay. If you have been convicted of a serious driving offence and have recently served a ban, or are coming to the end of your ban, then you’ll need to speak to a specialist convicted driving insurance broker to help you get cover arranged before you can get back on the road.
If you’ve been convicted of other offences which haven’t resulted in a ban, then you will likely find that your premium with a standard car insurance provider could increase significantly once they are notified of these offences, or at the point of renewal. This is often because they do not specialise in these types of cover, or do not fully understand the market. Therefore it is advisable that you at least talk to a specialist broker about convicted driver insurance, who deals with driving convictions every day, before finalising your policy or renewal.
So who needs convicted driver insurance? Basically, anyone who:
- Has Driving Convictions
- Wants To Drive In A Public Place
- Wants To Park In A Public Place
- Has Criminal Convictions
- Current Policy Is Ending
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