18 yr old son with a 50km over speeding ticket

by tess
(ontario)

A couple of questions about this. My son who is 18 received a speeding ticket for 50 k over. Can I wait to tell insurance company at renewal or should I tell them now. I did phone because he is going off to university and he won't be driving there. But I was planning to wait until the renewal to let them know about ticket.

I will probably have to remove him from policy all together due to cost, but I'm putting off the inevitable.

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Hi Tess
Tickets affect the policy at renewal and this will have a big impact on his rates.

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