Don’t get caught out by new legalislation to crackdown on uninsured motorists !

20th June 2011 sees the biggest single change to compulsory third party motor insurance since the advent of the Road Traffic Act

The goal of Continuous Insurance Enforcement (CIE) is to reduce the number of motorists that drive uninsured. The latest estimates suggest that around 1.4 million people in the UK are driving without compulsory third party insurance and that uninsured drivers are costing honest motorists an estimated £500 million in extra premiums.

The new law means that it will be an offence not to insure a vehicle even if it is kept on private property and not being used. The possible consequence for ignoring the legislation ranges from a £100 fine to having a vehicle seized and destroyed. The only exception will be vehicles that have a valid Statutory Off Road Notice (SORN)

Motorists can check for free that they have valid insurance by visiting

Macbeth Private Clients is a niche Chartered Insurance Broker specialising in prestige vehicle insurance, but we are always happy to discuss with standard private car insurance with our clients, and work with a number of trusted partners in this respect. Contact Carl Sharp, Client Manager on 0118 9165480 or complete an enquiry form.

Author: Tony Gibbs | October 14th, 2012

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