The short answer here is – if in doubt, disclose it. Insurers know that there is a connection between the number of driving convictions a person may have and their likelihood of making a claim. So people with motoring convictions are likely to face higher car insurance premiums until their driving record improves. You should disclose ALL non-motoring convictions that fall inside the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. However, spent convictions need not be disclosed under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
Which convictions do I need to disclose for motor insurance?Chris