Should I tell my insurer that a named driver has been prosecuted for speeding and has points on his licence?

A named driver on my private car insurance policy has an unspent Fixed Penalty speeding offence (Code SP30). Can I allow him to drive my car, given that I have not told my insurance company of the three points on his licence?

Asked on 12 June 2010 by George Terence Baxter

Answered by Honest John
You have to disclose this to the insurer.
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