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Car insurance with an SP30 speeding conviction
If you have an SP30 endorsement on your driving licence for exceeding the speed limit on a public road you will likely see an increase in the price you pay for insurance.
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How long does an SP30 stay on your driving licence?
An SP30 speeding conviction endorsement will remain on your driving licence for a period of 4 years beginning from the date the speeding offence was committed.
How long do I need to declare an SP30 to insurers?
You must declare your SP30 speeding endorsement to insurers for a period of 5 years beginning from the date the speeding offence was committed.
National Speed Awareness Course
You may be offered the chance to take a speed awareness course as an alternative to receiving penalty points.
Police forces throughout the UK have their own criteria for assessing a drivers eligibility to attend the course.
You can only be offered the chance to attend the speed awareness course if you have not completed one within the last 3 years.
The police will notify you if you are eligible to attend a speed awareness course in your area.
SP30 Speeding Penalties
The minimum fixed penalty for speeding is 3 penalty points and £100 fine. If your case goes to court you could receive 3-6 penalty points and a fine up to £1,000 (or a fine of up to £2,500 if driving on a motorway).
You could also be given a driving disqualification if your case goes to court.