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Don't you just love insurance companies, any excuse to screw some more money out of people
 

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Taken from the article :-
[[The insurance group says its statistics show that drivers who have attended a course, pose a higher risk.

The Association of Chief Police Officers say Admiral's stance could harm efforts to improve road safety.]]

Possibly before the course but I would have thought once you had been on the course it would make you safer? :confused: :idea: :crazy: :driving:
 

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I can see the next thing that happens is insurance companies making you declare if you've attended a speed awareness course, just as they do with points on your licence.
 

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Our claims statistics show that drivers who have committed a speeding offence could be a higher risk than drivers who do not commit speeding offences.
Shouldn't that read "drivers who have been caught......"?
 

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I can see the next thing that happens is insurance companies making you declare if you've attended a speed awareness course, just as they do with points on your licence.
Declare points on licenece???? Huh??? Oooops must've forgot after I never attended my speed awareness course lol..
 

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Just don't tell'em. It doesn't show on your licence so how would they know?
..........correct.No need to tell them & the course instructors say the same.Someone i know did one a while back & this was the info given to them.
 

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I thought that one of the reasons people went on the course was to avoid points on their licence and therefor lower insurance.

Patrick
 
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