BRAKE person wrote:9) If you get a speed awareness course, you don't have to declare it on your insurance - False
Brake says: “Drivers who fail to reveal that they have undertaken a speed awareness course, who then later make a claim to their insurance provider, may find that their policy is invalid. Information on whether a driver has taken a speed awareness course is held by local police forces."
I've heard that Admiral ask directly about SACs and increase the premium accordingly, but does anyone know of other insurance companies directly asking about SACs?
I thought "what happens in SAC stays in SAC" was the way it worked - otherwise if avoiding the points still gets you an insurance increase, why not just take the points? Might put a lot of NDORS instructors out of work though.