I'm a named driver on my wife's policy. Do I need to tell them of a speeding fine?

Whilst I'm about to tell my insurer of my recent speeding fine and three points, do I need to tell my wife's car insurer? I'm a named driver on her policy.

Asked on 26 October 2020 by faceless999

Answered by Honest John
Yes, you do. Though some insurers say you only need to make them aware at renewal. Personally, I would always advise them to ensure they fulfil their legal obligations.
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