Our son is on out insurance - do we need to tell the insurer about his new job as a delivery driver?

My 18-year-old son has been a named driver on our car insurance for 18 months or so without incident. He recently started a job as a delivery driver for Waitrose, driving a Sprinter van. He works part time but is on his own, driving unaccompanied and the company are impressed with his standard of driving.
Do we need to tell our insurance company about this job, and if so, what might be the implications for our own insurance?

Asked on 21 February 2020 by Martin Anderson

Answered by Tim Kelly
Yes, you definitely have to disclose his occupation. Your premiums will likely increase.
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