Increasing number of vehicles are being found to be untaxed

Convicted Insurance report on the increasing number of vehicles in the UK that are found to be untaxed
After the government abolished paper tax disks back in October 2014, it has been found that the number of untaxed vehicles on the road has doubled to 560,000.
Department of transport confirms that the increase is probably due to […]

November 27th, 2015|Convicted Driver|

Cheshire town named as drink driving capital

A recent market analysis carried out by Moneysupermarket.com has revealed that Crewe has the most drink drivers in the UK. The Cheshire town had the highest number of motorists searching for insurance for convicted drink drivers.

After an analysis into car insurance applications, Crewe in South Cheshire has been named as the place with the highest […]

November 23rd, 2015|Convicted Driver|

Convicted Insurance Reports on: Insurers planning to introduce Black Box technology

Insurers are planning to introduce Black Box technology that could mean drivers will be paying higher premiums for driving in rain snow and hail as insurers will stop providing discounts for them.
Adverse weather conditions such as Snow, Rain and hail during a journey could lead to motorists paying higher car insurance premiums utilising a new black […]

November 18th, 2015|Convicted Driver|

Around 60% of motorists could be driving with invalid insurance

Statistics from recent research carried out by uSwitch show that up to 6 in 10 people could unknowingly be using our roads with an invalid insurance policy, meaning that they are not covered whilst driving.
 An estimated 60% of motorists are driving their cars without a valid car insurance policy in place. Their insurance policies are […]

November 11th, 2015|Convicted Driver|

Convicted Driver Car Insurance

Have you bееn convicted оf a motoring offence? Cаr insurance after a driving bаn саn be an ordeal tо gеt and it саn fееl like you’re being punished twice. When the bаn is up you’ll probably feel like you’ve paid your dues and bе kееn to gеt back оn the road as soon аѕ possible.

But […]

November 6th, 2015|Convicted Driver|

Getting the best convicted driver insurance deal

Getting the best convicted driver insurance deal in a market where there is no negotiation

Car insurance seems to be getting more expensive every year. With the dramatic rise in vehicles per household, less money going into roads and infrastructure, and the flagging economy left behind by the credit crunch – it is nothing short of […]

November 4th, 2015|Convicted Driver|

Driving in bad weather may affect future insurance premiums

Convicted Insurance UK – Our aim is to bring you the latest news and information from the world of car insurance.
Drivers that regularly use their car in bad weather conditions, such as in the rain or snow, could see their insurance premium increase thanks to telematics technology.

Telematics devices, also known as a “black box”, are […]

October 30th, 2015|Convicted Driver|

Myth Busters Does Convicted Insurance

The myth busters have over run the www.convictedinsurance.co.uk offices today, and have some common driving law myths to expose for you:
1. Is driving while eating a convictable offence?
If you are caught eating, snacking, drinking, or changing your radio station while driving you can be convicted with a CD10 for not having due care and attention […]

October 22nd, 2015|Convicted Driver|

Ten percent of parents admit to “fronting” car insurance fraud

Fronting involves lying to the insurance provider saying that a parent ise the main driver of their son or daughters car in order to reduce their child’s car insurance premium. It is generally carried out by parents of new young drivers who tend to see the highest insurance costs. The research, carried out by Co-operative Insurance, estimates that around 100,000 parents are currently fronting insurance policies for their children.

October 9th, 2015|Convicted Driver|

The totting up system explained

What is the totting up system and what is its purpose?
In 1988 Parliament introduced the penalty points system as a deterrent to help prevent drivers from committing motoring offences.

If you are found guilty of a motoring offence, your driver’s license can be endorsed with a number of penalty points. The number of penalty points that […]

September 29th, 2015|Convicted Driver|