LC10 Driving without a licence

Many insurers will send their premiums through the roof if you've had a motoring conviction or two, and if you've had a criminal conviction recorded against you, they may not insure you at all.

Here at Adrian Flux, we do things differently. We know the motoring mistakes you've made in the past do not necessarily portray your driving habits in the future. That's why our quotes department can offer car insurance for convicted drivers at a reasonable price, offering high quality cover, where other insurers don't.

What is a LC10 driving offence?

Under Section 87(1) of the Road Traffic Act 1988, it's an offence to drive a vehicle without a licence appropriate to a vehicle of that class. Driving without a licence or without insurance is a serious criminal driving offence. If you were to drive without a licence your render your insurance obsolete and if caught by the police you are likely to be arrested.

Punishment for a LC10 driving offence

A LC10 conviction could see you issued a fine of up to £1,000 and the potential for between three and six points on your licence. Driving without insurance also carries the risk of a fine of up to £5,000 and the potential for a further six to eight points.

You may also be disqualified, at the court's discretion, from driving. If deemed necessary you can also be banned from obtaining a driving licence for a period of time depending on the severity of the offence.