- points on your licence……for speeding.
Looks like four years.
Tut tut, etc.
😉Posted 9 years agoIdleJonSubscriber
Some insurance companies only ask if it was within 3 years, and even then I have heard that until you get more than 6 points it doesn’t affect the premium. Mine didn’t go up when Ideclared my 3 points
The company I work for ask back 5 years, and all points affect the premium. With most companies I know of 3 points tend to add £60 – £100, depending on other factors (ie age, etc). If you had 9 points you could easily add £500plus.Posted 9 years agoaracerSubscriber
The company I work for ask back 5 years, and all points affect the premium. With most companies I know of 3 points tend to add £60 – £100, depending on other factors (ie age, etc).
I’ve always been asked back 5 years, but with the company I’m with at the moment (and the one I was with before IIRC) 3 points make no difference at all to the premium.Posted 9 years agoMunqe-chickMember
Loddrik I can’t possibly see how you can have 3 licences? Unless they are in different names? Interesting to see what personal details you have on that? and need we says more on that …
when both myself and Mr MC got 3 points neither of them effected our insurance policies we were told 6 points would hike it up, guess it depends who you’re with, how long etc etc.
The points are valid for 3 years on your hard core licence then they count for 4 years in the distance somewhere! wierd .. makes you wonder what the point of that is?Posted 9 years agoHoratioHufnagelMember
i got a quote from without putting in all my details, and when i decided to take it and told them about 3 points from 3 years ago, plus an accident i had 1 year ago (not at fault, costs recovered), it made 30 quid difference. This was on a subura impreza turbo (total quote was 400 quid with a-plan). The amount of difference it makes obviously depends on loads of other things as well.Posted 9 years ago
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