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Ethel | 08:58 Tue 21st Apr 2009 | Motoring
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Insurance companies are charging up to 40% more for motor insurance if you have a CD10 penalty - drive without due care.

That's what hurts - not the �60 fine.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-117215 5/Eating-wheel-add-40-cost-car-insurance.html

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well I suppose driving with due care is in order then Ethel!
Surely an insurance percentage uplift applies in many fixed penalty cases - its just the amount that varies.
Mine was 10% for an SP10 - but only on Mrs. BM's policy - not my own, which was not impacted.

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