According to a recent survey it was found that one in six motorists have a motoring conviction, whether for drink-driving, speeding or breaching the regulations of a provisional driving license, it seems that getting points on your license is a very easy thing to do. If you have a UT10 against your name then you may be tempted to auto renew, taking the hit when these changes are made to your existing policy. At High Gear we suggest you think carefully before doing so, with there being many ways in which you can actually save money on convicted driver car insurance. We tend to look at all of the details put forth when arriving at premiums, not focusing too heavily on our driver’s history. Although it does have a bearing on the amount quoted it is not the sole subject that the whole policy is centred on. From the driver’s age and how old the vehicle is to the car’s engine size and how many years the driver has had a license for, the more information we get the better chance we have of getting you a cheap price. Contact us today and see how much High Gear can save you on UT10 insurance.