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An MS30 endorsement on your license will mean that you’ll need insurance from a specialist broker. Having any number of points on your license for will cause your insurance to be more expensive. Insurers consider you an increased risk and will up premiums accordingly. But, a specialist broker like Keith Michaels can help you get a more competitive deal.
How You Got A MS30 Conviction Code
You will receive an MS30 endorsement for committing play street offences, to wit, driving down a road officially closed as a playground or recreational space. If you are unlucky enough to receive this extremely rare conviction
Penalties For Play Street Offences
If convicted, your MS30 endorsement remains on your driver’s licence for 4 years from the date of the offence. In addition, you will receive 2 points on your driver’s license, the fewest you can possibly get for any motoring offence. If you somehow acquire another 10 points within 3 years, you will be banned from driving.
|Driving Licence Conviction Code||Motoring Offence||Penalty Points||Duration Conviction Stays on your Licence|
|MS30||Play street offences||2 points||4 Years from the date of the offence|
MS30 Car Insurance
Being convicted of play street offences would lump you in the same pot as drivers with much more severe convictions as far as Insurers are concerned. At Keith Michaels we understand this and work tirelessly to get you the best deal on your car insurance. Mistakes happen, we know this and we treat you like a person, not a policy number.
Failure to disclose any conviction is a breach of the law and will invalidate your insurance. Plus, if you are stopped by the police, you will receive a driving ban. This will make finding insurers willing to cover you in the future extremely difficult.
For more handy information for convicted drivers, click here.