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When asked how long have you held your driving licence by insurers you should enter the date you passed your test to gain the licence you hold rather than the date you got your driving licence back after your disqualification.
It can be difficult to find cheap car insurance with a drink driving conviction. We can help you find insurance cover that wont break the bank.
Insurers class drink drivers as a high risk to insure & increase premiums to reflect this fact. The cost of insurance can vary greatly between different insurance companies.
Save money by shopping around & obtaining quotes from different insurance providers to find the best deal. Why pay more than you need to?
You will receive quotes from specialist insurance companies who provide affordable insurance cover to drivers who have previously been banned from driving for committing offences such as drink driving.
Not all insurance companies appear on big brand comparison sites and many insurance companies often prefer to insure drivers with clean driving records, increasing the premiums for drivers with convictions considerably.
Insurance companies that specialise in insuring convicted drivers are able to spread the cost of the higher risk across all drivers they insure with convictions allowing them to offer more affordable insurance policies to drivers with criminal and motoring convictions.
You will receive quotations from several convicted driver insurers that can best meet your requirements. We work in partnership with QuoteZone to provide you with quotes for convicted driver insurance. Once you have submitted your details you will receive a number of quotes to consider.
The insurance comparison service allows convicted drivers to obtain insurance quotes from multiple insurance companies who specialise in providing non-standard, high risk insurance policies for drivers with convictions.
5 years. After five years your drink driving conviction will be classed as 'spent' under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
You do not need to declare 'spent' convictions to insurers. Any insurance company who relies on endorsements relating to spent convictions in order to disadvantage a driver and increase premiums is committing an unlawful breach of their statutory duty.
While driving disqualifications become spent at the end of the disqualification period, any driving licence endorsement received for the same offence does not become spent for 5 years running from the date of conviction.
Convicted drink drivers are likely to see an increased cost for insurance for a period of five years following a drink driving conviction. You should shop around & get quotes from different sources in order to find the best price.
The exact cost will vary greatly between different insurance companies & brokers. The cost will also depend on the level of cover required & your personal circumstances.
Many insurance companies recognise and take into account the completion of The Drink Driving Rehabilitation Course.
Completing the drink driving course could see a reduction in insurance premiums and will decrease the length of your driving ban by up to twenty five percent.
As well as attending the drink driving rehabilitation course here are a few more tips to help you decrease your car insurance premiums:
We can help you find competitively priced insurance cover for all drink driving related convictions including convictions for being in charge of a vehicle while exceeding the legal limit, failure to provide a specimen for analysis convictions and of course driving while exceeding the legal limit.
If you are a driver with any endorsement on your driving licence including those listed below we can help you get insurance cover for your vehicle.
|(these driving licence endorsements remain on driving licence 11 years from date of conviction)|
|DR10||Driving or attempting to drive with alcohol level above limit||3 - 11|
|DR20||Driving or attempting to drive while unfit through drink||3 - 11|
|DR30||Driving or attempting to drive then failing to supply a specimen for analysis||3 - 11|
|DR31||Driving or attempting to drive then refusing to give permission for analysis of a blood sample that was taken without consent due to incapacity||3 - 11|
|DR61||Refusing to give permission for analysis of a blood sample that was taken without consent due to incapacity in circumstances other than driving or attempting to drive||10|
|(these driving licence endorsements remain on driving licence 4 years from date of offence)|
|DR40||In charge of a vehicle while alcohol level above limit||10|
|DR50||In charge of a vehicle while unfit through drink||10|
|DR60||Failure to provide a specimen for analysis in circumstances other than driving or attempting to drive||10|
|DR70||Failing to co-operate with a preliminary roadside test||4|