Adrian Flux Insurance Brokers
Is your criminal conviction still holding you back? Most insurers will not touch anyone with an unspent criminal conviction. No further checks about your circumstances, they're just not interested. If you can find it, it's usually prohibitively expensive. We've tracked down brokers who will take the time and effort to give you a fair chance.
For an immediate quote you can call Adrian Flux on 0800 181 4542. We strongly recommend that you approach this company by phone as they have told us that they offer their best rates over the phone.
Our brokers tell us that fraud, robbery and theft are the most difficult convictions to get cover for. Cover is still possible for most and premiums will reflect the degree of seriousness of the conviction. It's especially important to talk to our brokers so that they can get the full picture.
OR find convicted driver insurance using our specialised team at MoneyMaxim - they deal with drivers with criminal convictions all day long and will look at your application from the perspective of someone who wants to help you find affordable car insurance fast. Call us on 0118 321 8197 and our panel of insurers may be able to help.
Yes, you certainly can. Your sentence was suspended so there must have been mitigating circumstances or the crime wasn't so serious that a custodial sentence was demanded. Call our brokers - they will take account of the circumstances of your suspended sentence when calculating your individual premium.
The answer is NO, unless your conviction is "spent"! Insurance is a contract made under "utmost good faith", so you must declare anything that could affect that. Failure to declare a conviction would invalidate your insurance leading to more trouble.
The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 outlaws discrimination against ex-offenders. You become an ex-offender when your convictions are "spent". If your conviction is spent you would not need to declare it. The law was designed to help people with few and minor offences. Those with many or more serious offences may never benefit from the Act because they will never be considered rehabilitated under the above Act.
It varies according to the offence but as a general rule for people over 18 when convicted:
More information on this subject can be found on the Government website.
This content was last reviewed on 30/10/2020