Do we need to tell our insurer of a speed awareness course?

My son is to attend a speed awareness course - his insurer states that the Insurance Ombudsmen says he does not have to declare it on an insurance application but I think this is sailing close to the wind. We have a family multi-car policy - should I declare it to them now?

Asked on 22 July 2019 by NigelP

Answered by Tim Kelly
No, you do not need to declare. An offence is one whereby points have been placed on a licence. No points, no offence. No need to declare.
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