Continuous Insurance Enforcement (CIE) revenue and figures related to 'Failure to Insure' offences

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Dear Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency,

I want to know how many motorists in the UK have been fined and fallen foul of 'Failure to Insure' offences since the introduction of Continuous Insurance Enforcement (CIE) rules in 2011.

Please provide me with figures and information relating to CIE rules for the following:

1) The number of penalty fines issued as a result of CIE rules introduced in 2011.
2) The total revenue generated by ‘Failure to Insure’ penalty fines in England since the introduction of CIE rules.
3) The number of cars clamped and seized for 'Failure to Insure' offences since the introduction of CIE rules.
4) The number of cars scrapped because of 'Failure to Insure' offences since the introduction of CIE rules.
5) The number of SORN applications made in the UK since the introduction of CIE rules.
6) The number of warning letters issued by the DVLA for 'Failure to Insure' offences since the introduction of CIE rules.

Yours faithfully,

David Hort

FOI FOI, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency

Dear Mr Hort,

Thank you for your e-mail requesting information. The DVLA are dealing with your request under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Your request has been given reference number: FOIR5035.

You should receive a reply to your request no later than 15 December 2015.

If you have any further questions or enquiries on this request please quote the reference number.

Thanks & Regards,

David A Morgan
Freedom of Information Team
Data Sharing & Protection Group | Strategy, Policy and Communications Group | D16 | DVLA | Swansea | SA6 7JL
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