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A driving licence endorsement is classed as a conviction. The rehabilitation period for driving licence endorsements is a period of five years, after which they will be classed as 'spent'. You must declare all 'unspent' convictions to insurers when required to do so.

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It is an offence under the Road Traffic Act 1988 [1] to drive or attempt to drive a motor vehicle on a road or other public place after consuming so much alcohol that the proportion of it in breath, blood or urine exceeds the maximum legal prescribed limit.

A DR10 driving licence endorsement will remain on a driving licence for a period of 11 years from the date of conviction.

The rehabilitation period under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 [2] for a driving licence endorsement is a period of five years. This means all offences which result in a driving licence endorsement such as a DR10 must be declared to insurers for a period of 5 years.

This often results in significant increases to car insurance premiums (on a like for like basis) and some insurers simply refuse to insure drivers with DR10 endorsement codes on their driving licence.

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Reference:

[1] Road Traffic Act 1988

[2] Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974