Continuous Insurance Enforcement

As part of the Continuous Insurance Enforcement (CIE) legislation, it is an offence to be the keeper of a vehicle without insurance unless you have notified the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) that your vehicle is being kept off the road using a Statutory Off Road Notice (SORN).

Offenders face fines and seizure of their vehicles

If, after receiving an Insurance Advisory Letter (IAL), 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.

What steps do I need to take to ensure that my vehicle details are showing on the MID?

If you have a large Fleet or Motor Trade Policy with AXA, where you are responsible for the maintenance of your vehicle details on the MID follow the guidance.

For any other Motor Policy, AXA will provide the required vehicle details on your behalf.

Get in touch today

If you require more help please contact the AXA MID Helpdesk.

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