Do I need to tell my insurers of a speeding fine incurred in France?

As the registered owner of the car, I have received and paid a speeding fine in France. I was not driving nor was I in the car or country at the time. Do I need to tell my car insurers in the UK? I have no driving licence that can be endorsed.

Asked on 6 November 2019 by Mike Shenstone

Answered by Honest John
No, only where an endorsement has been placed on a licence has an offence taken place.
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