Do I need to declare an expired speeding offence to my insurer?

I have a speeding offence on my licence - which is due to expire in about two weeks. But it does not get removed until 202. I'm due to insure my car in a month, once my offence has expired, but do I still need to declare it? Thank you.

Asked on 6 July 2020 by phil

Answered by Honest John
Yes, you will still need to declare it.
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