Convicted Driver Van Insurance

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Van insurance for ex-prisoners, parolees and other criminal convictions

If you are a previously-convicted van or truck owner/driver with a criminal record - you may have been found guilty of a criminal offence, perhaps received a custodial sentence, community service or on parole from a prison sentence - you might be refused or declined van insurance cover by some insurance companies unable to offer convicted drivers van insurance at normal terms, if they are prepared to offer a van insurance quote at all. For van drivers with non-motoring criminal convictions, you need to know which insurance companies will be willing to offer a quote for your van or truck insurance.

Ex-offenders van/truck convicted driver insurance covers those with:

  • Police cautions
  • Probation or parole
  • Custodial prison or young offender sentences
  • Community service
  • Electronic tags and curfew orders

QuoteRack specialises in non-standard and higher risk insurance and we have helped many convicted drivers find insurance cover for their vans, homes, bikes and businesses.

"For parolees trying to insure their vans, declaring a prison sentence as a 'non motoring conviction' significantly reduces the number of insurers willing to offer van insurance quotes."

All is not lost however and we can provide you with access to insurance brokers who understand the situation facing van drivers with criminal convictions and who will handle your enquiry with discretion. Complete the online proposal form and your details will be sent immediately to an insurance broker who will get in touch to discuss your ex-offender van insurance quote.

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"Van insurance quotes are available to ex offenders, including those with a Police caution or who have been to prison, perhaps released on licence or who are doing community service."

"Available cover includes comprehensive and third party, fire and theft, so whatever your criminal history, your van or truck insurance cover will fit your requirements."