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AC10, AC20, AC30 Car Insurance

Get car insurance with an AC10 conviction

Any driver involved in a road accident must stop and remain at the scene for a certain amount of time, in order to transfer details. If this does not happen you will be found guilty of failing to stop after an incident. An AC10 conviction code is then issued, and will remain on your drivers licence for four years from the date of the offence, as well as 3 penalty points.

If you have a conviction for failing to stop after an accident then you will be considered higher risk by most insurance providers and some may even refuse to offer you a policy. The good news is that there are specialist insurance providers who can provide you with cover at a fair price.

Let us find the right cover with an AC20 conviction

If you have been involved in an accident and have failed to report the incident within 24 hours, you will receive a AC20 endorsement on your drivers licence. If convicted, your AC20 endorsement will remain on your drivers licence for 4 years from the date of the offence. You will also receive 5-10 points on your driving licence, depending on the circumstances regarding the offence.

If you have an AC20 conviction then you can get quotes now by clicking on the green quote button. All you have to do is provide a bit of information about your insurance needs.


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Accident Offences Motoring Conviction Codes

AC10 Failing to stop after an accident5-10
AC20 Failure to provide particulars or report an accident within 24 hours5-10
AC30 Undefined accident offences4-9

Get car insurance with an AC conviction now

If you’ve been convicted of any of the above offences and want to get car insurance at a competitive price then the best way is to get quotes from specialists. You can get quotes from a panel of car insurance for convicted drivers specialists very quickly and easily by clicking the green button below