Using a vehicle with defective tyres is an illegal offence, seeing many drivers hit with a CU30 as a result. This is a penalty given to drivers that are sporting bold or unsuitable tyres on their vehicle, tyres that could pose danger to the driver as well as other motorists. If you have a CU30 on your record as a result of driving with defective tyres then you may be worried about the bearing (pardon the pun) that will have on your insurance, with points and convictions known for increasing premiums dramatically. However, we at High Gear work in a very separate way to many of our competitors, looking at every driver individually, not discriminating that as a result of their points. Whether you have a CU30, a DR10 or a IN10 on your record, we can talk you through the options available to you, arriving at an insurance agreement to suit all parties. We are renowned for our attention to detail when compiling quotations for convicted drivers, gaining an understanding of what our customers want from their policy. If you would like to speak with a member of the High Gear team then feel free to contact us today, allowing us to save you money on your car insurance.