Do you have to inform your insurer of a speed awareness course?

One of my neighbours attended a driver awareness course and was advised by the police that he does not have to inform his insurance company. I think that he does have to as it is a change in a material fact. Who is correct - the police or me?

Asked on 16 October 2018 by smitham

Answered by Tim Kelly
The police.
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