CD10 car insurance is needed if you are convicted of driving without due care and attention. As a result of this conviction you will receive a CD10 endorsement on your license that will make getting a competitive quote on your car insurance very difficult.
Driving without due care and attention is a conviction that is both broad and nebulous. Usually featuring an endangerment of the public and other road users, the causes include everything that isn’t substance abuse or using a mobile while driving (these have their own conviction codes).
If convicted of driving without due care and attention, you will receive a CD10 endorsement on your license. You will get three to nine points on your license for four years from the date of the offence at the least. Other penalties may be added depending on the situation. The points will last for four years. If you earn 12 penalty points within three years, you get a driving ban.
|Driving Licence Conviction Code||Motoring Offence||Penalty Points||Duration Conviction Stays on your Licence|
|CD10||Driving without due care and attention||3 – 9 points||4 Years from the date of the offence|
CD10 car insurance should be sought from specialist brokers. The endorsement on your license means that insurers will consider you an increased risk, regardless of the circumstances surrounding the offence. As a result, your quote is more than likely to be much higher than expected.
However, our specialist brokers are happy to help with your search by finding the best insurance policy for the best possible price.
At Keith Michaels we know you’re a person, not a policy number. We can provide a range of car insurance quotes that are tailored to your personal situation, to keep your premium as representative as possible and back on the road as soon as possible.
It is essential that you disclose any and all convictions you have when shopping for car insurance. Failure to disclose is a breach of the law and will invalidate your insurance. If you are stopped by the police, you will receive a driving ban. For more handy information for CD10 convicted drivers, click here.