Speed awareness course - do I tell the insurer?

Regarding insurance and a recent letter, if one attends a speed awareness course is it technically a speeding conviction and therefore to be declared to the insurer?

Asked on 18 January 2013 by ter

Answered by Honest John
Depends on the insurer. If it's Admiral, yes. So change insurers. Most do not require it to be declared.
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