How many points will I receive for driving through a red light?

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In most instances, if you are caught driving through a red light you will be issued with three penalty points, which must remain on your licence for four years from the date of the offence.

In addition to being issued with three penalty points, you will also be handed a TS10 conviction code, which relates to ‘failing to comply with traffic light signals’.

Even with a TS10 motoring conviction we should still be able to find you a policy that suits your needs as we specialise in insurance for drivers with convictions. 

If you have multiple driving convictions or have been banned for ‘totting up’, Insurance Revolution can help. Visit our Convicted Driver Insurance and Totting Up Insurance pages for more information.

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