Top five car insurance lies revealed

Approximately four thousand fraudulent car insurance claims are being discovered by insurance firms on a weekly basis. In this article Convicted Insurance UK look at the five most common lies consumers tell on car insurance application forms.
It appears that lying to your insurance provider is quite common practise in order to keep premiums as low […]

September 2nd, 2015|Convicted Driver|

Motorists pay more for car insurance by being “too honest”

A large number of drivers are paying much more than they should be for their car insurance policies.

The DVLA have recently released figures showing that close to three million drivers declare convictions that they no longer need to. By declaring spent convictions drivers are overpaying for their insurance. The average insurance premium increases by £57 […]

August 28th, 2015|Convicted Driver|

How the 2015 budget will affect your insurance premium

Last week Chancellor George Osborne revealed his July 2015 budget. Convicted Insurance look at how the latest changes will affect your car insurance premiums.

The chancellor has announced that insurance premium tax will be increasing under the new budget. The rise from of 3.5% – from 6% to 9.5% – means that there will be an […]

July 15th, 2015|Convicted Driver, Convicted Home|

Company Directors & Engineers Most Likely To Get Driving Convictions

The latest news & information from ConvictedInsurance.co.uk – sourcing low cost insurance for convicted drivers.

A recent study has shown that company directors and engineers are the two professions most likely to be convicted of driving offences. Company directors are among the most likely to requrie convicted driver insurance policies. If you work as a nursery […]

July 7th, 2015|Convicted Driver Insurance News|

A Quick Guide: Penalty Points & Driving Convictions

Here is a quick guide to penalty points and driving convictions. The purpose of this article is to provide a basic understanding of how the penalty point system works in the UK and also to provide a brief overview of common driving offences and the resulting convictions.
Penalty Point System
If you commit a driving offence in […]

March 20th, 2015|Convicted Driver Insurance News|

Popular Drink Driving Myths Busted

For over 50 years there have been drink drive limits in place in the UK. Being caught driving whilst over the limit can have a devastating impact on a person’s life. A drink driving conviction does not just affect your right to drive.

You may face problems with your current or future employers, providers may refuse […]

March 12th, 2015|Convicted Driver Insurance News|

Lying About Driving Offences Could Result In Prison Sentence

Lying about who was driving your vehicle at the time of an alleged offence is a very serious crime. If you are dishonest when providing information relating to a driving offence you could face charges of perjury and even be sent to prison.

In a recent case a 52 year old woman from Aylesbury has lied […]

March 10th, 2015|Convicted Driver Insurance News|

Should Convicted Motorists Wear “Warning Stickers”?

According to a recent survey, 86% of motorists in the UK agree that convicted drivers should have to have a “warning sticker” on their vehicle to warn fellow road users.

The survey revealed that the majority of motorists agree that a driver with convictions should have to display some form of sticker to warn other drivers […]

March 5th, 2015|Convicted Driver Insurance News|

Drink Driver Banned For Being Just 1mg Over Limit

A recent conviction has highlighted just how seriously Britain’s police are taking drink driving.

23 year old Nottinghamshire student Jordan Richmond has been banned from driving and handed a drink driving conviction after he was caught at just 1mg over the legal limit.

It is reported that the driver had drank just two thirds of a pint […]

March 4th, 2015|Convicted Driver Insurance News|

Make Sure You Are Fit To Drive – New Drug Driving Legislation

As of today, 2nd March 2015, new drug driving laws will take effect. The new laws are being brought in to catch motorists who drive while unfit through using drugs and therefore risk other people’s lives.

People who are taking prescription medication are being urged to check with their doctor or pharmacist that they are safe […]

March 2nd, 2015|Convicted Driver Insurance News|