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Conviction Codes – Aiding, Abetting, Counselling or Procuring January 6, 2010 No Comments

Conviction Codes & Penalty Points Below is a table showing all the current conviction codes and penalty points associated with each endorsement. These codes and point are for “aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring” endorsements. Visit the price comparison site Quotezone if you are looking for convicted driver insurance. All the conviction codes for endorsements titled [...]

Convictions, Endorsements and Penalty Points January 2, 2010 1 Comment

The following article is a summary of the facts around convictions, endorsements and penalty points. The information presented here is correct as of 02-Nov-2007 sourced from DVLA UK organisation. UK driving endorsements each have a points value ranging from one to eleven based on the seriousness of the endorsement. The endorsement must stay on your [...]

Conviction Codes – Causing or Permitting January 1, 2010 1 Comment

Conviction Codes & Penalty Points Below is a table showing all the current conviction codes and penalty points associated with each endorsement. These codes and point are for “causing or permitting” endorsements.  Visit the price comparison site Quotezone if you are looking for convicted driver insurance.  All the conviction codes for endorsements titled “causing or [...]

Conviction Codes December 31, 2009 6 Comments

Conviction Codes & Penalty Points Below is a table showing all the current conviction codes and penalty points associated with each endorsement.  Visit the price comparison site Quotezone if you are looking for convicted driver insurance. Conviction Code Penalty Points Offence AC10 5 – 10 Failing to stop after an accident AC20 5 – 10 [...]

Travel Insurance and the European Health Insurance Card June 25, 2009 1 Comment

If you are off some where nice like the Athena Royal Beach Hotel this year for your summer holiday then don’t forget to get the right travel insurance cover and your European Health Insurance Card.  Most UK insurance companies will void your cover if you make a claim without one of these cards in place [...]

Summer Holiday Travel Insurance May 27, 2009 1 Comment

Its that time of year when I need to think about summer holidays and travel insurance.  Here at multi-quote.com, we’ve been busy working behind the scenes so we’ve not got round to adding a travel insurance comparison site yet.  Its a shame as its always prudent to compare prices before you buy. In absence of [...]

Baby Car Seats Cover – Car Insurance Policy Benefits November 26, 2008 1 Comment

This is the first in a series of posts looking at the benefits offered by UK car insurance companies.  Today we will look at Child and Baby Car Seats cover. Most UK car insurance providers  now compete on much more than price.  With the ascent of insurance price comparison sites, or “aggregators” as they are [...]

Petrol Prices Slide – Save Even more in the Credit Crunch November 21, 2008 No Comments

Petrol prices have fallen rapidly on the back of a record decline in the price of crude oil.  In some UK filling stations it now costs just 90p per litre, down from highs of around £1.20 just three months ago.  The savings can continue if you pay attention to the AA‘s Eco-Driving article for van [...]

Van Drivers Warned about Keys as Van Theft Increases October 27, 2008 No Comments

Police have issued a warning to van insurance customers after a number of recent thefts in Nottinghamshire and the surrounding area.  Motorists have been told to keep their keys on them at all times as opportunistic theives have targeted delivery drivers in the area. Delivery drivers often leave the keys in the ignition to save [...]

No More SP30 Convctions for Van Insurance Customers in Swindon October 24, 2008 No Comments

There was good news this week for van insurance customers in Swindon after the council decided to remove all its fixed speeding cameras.  The landmark move came after the Tory council voted to axe the cameras when they refused to pay the £320,000 per year maintenance costs. The move has been equally criticised and praised [...]