Do I need to tell my insurer of a speeding fine from Germany?

I have just been informed by my hire car company that I was caught speeding in Germany and have a fine of 29.75 euro to pay. Do I need to tell my insurer?

Asked on 12 November 2019 by John Loonam

Answered by Tim Kelly
No, you do not. If your licence has not been endorsed, you do not need to make your insurer aware.
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