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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.
Why compare van insurance if you have convictions?
Van drivers who have motoring convictions, driving licence endorsements, penalty points or previous driving bans will find that their insurance premium will increase once they declare any convictions, endorsements or disqualifications to insurers.
The bad news is, this is inevitable. The good news is, by comparing quotes and shopping around you can find a great deal on your van insurance.
Whether you have previous driving disqualifications under the totting up procedure (offence code: TT99) or for offences such as drink driving (offence code: DR10) or you have endorsements on your driving licence for speeding (offence codes: SP10, SP30, SP40 or SP50), defective tyres (offence code: CU30) or using a mobile phone (offence code: CU80), whatever your driving history, we can help you find a cheap deal on your van insurance!
Why pay over the odds for van insurance?
We believe van drivers who have an imperfect driving history shouldn’t be punished more than necessary by having to pay exorbitant fees just to get back on the road or keep their vans on the road, this is why we work with a variety of specialist brokers who will do all the hard work on your behalf and help secure you an affordable and very competitive premium on insurance for your van. Fill out our simple online quote form and we will help find you cheap insurance.