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The PC conviction codes relate to offences surrounding pedestrian crossings. A PC10 endorsement on your license will increase your insurance premiums. Insurance companies consider drivers with points on their license an increased risk and will up premiums. But, a specialist broker like Keith Michaels can help you get a better deal.

How You Got A PC10 Conviction Code

You will receive an PC10 endorsement for committing undefined contraventions of pedestrian crossing regulations. Obviously, it is difficult to define undefined contraventions, but you’ll know them when you’re convicted of them.

Penalties For Undefined Contravention Of Pedestrian Crossing Regulations

If convicted, your PC10 endorsement lasts on your license for 4 years from the date of the offence. You will also earn 3 points on your driver’s license. If you acquire 12 points within 3 years, you will be banned from driving.

Pedestrian Crossing Offences

Driving Licence Conviction CodeMotoring OffencePenalty PointsDuration Conviction Stays on your Licence
PC10Undefined contravention of pedestrian crossing regulations3 points4 Years from the date of the offence

Click here to view all motor conviction codes

PC10 Car Insurance

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.

Being convicted of a driving offence can be simply accidental. 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.

For more handy information for convicted drivers, click here.