The exact same has happened to me did you get sorted?? Insurance companies are actually just telling me no im not even getting expensive quotes? Do you recommend any insurance conpanies
Usually when your policy is being cancelled by the insurers they will give you a week or so. In that time you can cancel your policy yourself. If you do that technically you cancelled your policy rather than your insurers so you wouldnt need to declare it.
I think the majority of people here are a bit uneducated when it comes to black boxes. I've almost been driving for 2 years - I've not had any bad experience with the black boxes.
And in all that time, I've had a black box within my car. Black boxes are not all that bad, providing that you're not a complete idiot and if you know how they work.
OP said her policy was cancelled due to speeding. This would have meant, this wouldn't be the first, second, or third occurrence of where OP was caught speeding by her black box, meaning that he/she would have had to do it regularly for it to get to this point.
Also, the thing with black box policy's is that the insurance company would give you around 3 chances, as they give out warnings - giving you time to improve your driving.which in OP's case would be His/Her's speeding habit. Usually, after the third, it is when they cancel your policy ( they tell you this beforehand).
When you have a black box, they monitor your driving. And send you messages whenever your driving needs improving. They do this before giving out warnings. It is only when you choose to ignore them, when they start issuing the warnings and eventually cancel the policy. They never cancel it instantly.
Otherwise, mine would have been cancelled many months ago. As i do speed ever so slightly every now and again - obviously not to the point where OP has.