Insuring your car - Drink and driving.

To drive with more than the permitted 8Q Mg per 100 ml of alcohol in the blood is a criminal offence, which carries a statutory punishment of the loss of ones licence for at least one year. There are some exceptions, but so rare as to be discounted by the average driver.

The punishment does not end when you are allowed to drive again, however; you will certainly not be offered insurance on as advantageous terms as before, even if you were not involved in any kind of accident.

If you had comprehensive insurance before the ban you may only be offered third party, fire and theft when you return to driving.

If you are allowed to keep your comprehensive insurance, you will almost certainly have to pay a higher premium; and third party would also cost you more than it to someone who has never had a conviction. It would also take you several years to work yourself back to full grace with your insurance company, even if you were simply caught in a random test.


Drink and driving

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Just ask the Personnel or the Payroll Department at your company and, if they already have a scheme, they will give you the relevant forms.  HM Revenue & Customs’ website has a list of Payroll Giving agencies and explains payroll giving in more detail.

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To drive with more than the permitted 8Q Mg per 100 ml of alcohol in the blood is a criminal offence, which carries a statutory punishment of the loss of ones licence for at least one year. There are some exceptions, but so rare as to be discounted by the average driver.

The punishment does not end when you are allowed to drive again, however; you will certainly not be offered insurance on as advantageous terms as before, even if you were not involved in any kind of accident.

If you had comprehensive insurance before the ban you may only be offered third party, fire and theft... see: Insuring your car - Drink and driving - more