Continuous insurance enforcement
As part of the Continuous Enforcement Legislation, it is an offence to be the keeper of a vehicle without insurance unless you have notified the DVLA that your vehicle is being kept off the road using a statutory off road notice (SORN).
Under the CIE scheme the DVLA work to continuously identify uninsured vehicles by systemativally comparing DVLA vehicle records against those held on the Motor Insurance Database.
The registered keeper of a vehicle that appears to be uninsured will be sent an Insurance Advisory Letter. This letter will advise them their vehicle appears to be uninsured and unless they take action they will receive a penalty from the DVLA. If after receiving an insurance advisory letter, a registered keeper fails to comply with the advice set out in the letter they will face:
• A fixed penalty notice of £100
• Their vehicle being clamped, SEIZED and disposed of
• A court prosecution and a maximum fine of £1000
CIE measures are in addition to the powers the police already have to seize an uninsured vehicle being used on the road.
Here at Emergency Compare we believe there are those who may have missed payment or made a mistake with driving uninsured and their cars been impounded. We can help those in this situation to take their car out of impound and continue with their life.
When the police impound your car, you can still get it back. We are regulated by the FCA to carry out insurance activities.
We work by putting you in touch with proven insurers who have a track record for insuring impounded vehicles and at a great price. By using us you will get the best deals that we have negotiated on your behalf. Finding car insurance for a seized vehicle can be very very hard…only a handful of insurers nationwide can help, and you won’t find them on comparison sites or in the phone book. You will be staggered by the choice we can offer.
Get in touch by calling us for FREE in 0161 975 5606 or through our twitter or Facebook pages. We’ll quickly get in contact and identify your needs. If you want to learn about why cars and vans are taken to a police impounds and what you need to do to get them back, read our informative FAQ’s and information guides.
So the police impounds your car and you have no car insurance? Get in contact to solve your insurance needs today.