Declaring past 'driver awareness' course to insurers?

Am I required to declare a speeding conviction when I renew my car insurance when I accepted the "Drive Awareness" course incurring no points?

Asked on 16 August 2012 by ACman

Answered by Honest John
Not unless your insurer specifically asks you to. If your insurer does ask you, find another insurer because this is totally unacceptable.
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