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No claims discount for car insurance

Postby bigbmxdave on Tue Mar 30, 2010 4:42 pm

A friend of mine recently got car insurance from a broker associated with the LV insurance group. He has 10 years no claims on a company car he has been driving. However when he sent the documentation over as proof to the insurance company they said they do not accept no-claims years earned whilst driving company cars.

Does anyone know if all insurance companies don't accept company car no-claims years or is it just a few? if so can anyone recommend one that will accept the 10 years?


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Re: No claims discount for car insurance

Postby Haze on Tue Mar 30, 2010 6:01 pm

its a company policy thing, all insurance companies have varying fine print, cant advise on any though.


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Re: No claims discount for car insurance

Postby bigbmxdave on Tue Mar 30, 2010 9:03 pm

has anybody here succesfully used a company cars no-claims years for another policy?


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Re: No claims discount for car insurance

Postby UK_sniper on Wed Mar 31, 2010 4:23 pm

my sister was stung after having 2 yrs no claims bonus on mothers insurance. she's had no luck getting any company to accept that as her own, including the insurance company she was with.

sorry mon, looks like your mate is stuffed. always put work mileage on ur personal insurance, not other way round.

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Re: No claims discount for car insurance

Postby Tsenister on Fri Apr 02, 2010 4:23 pm

UK_sniper wrote:my sister was stung after having 2 yrs no claims bonus on mothers insurance. she's had no luck getting any company to accept that as her own, including the insurance company she was with.

sorry mon, looks like your mate is stuffed. always put work mileage on ur personal insurance, not other way round.

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Again it's what company you are with...... I have insurance on my mum's car but I will accumulate years of no-claims but only with that company....
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Re: No claims discount for car insurance

Postby Lord Lucan on Fri Apr 02, 2010 7:00 pm

Some places will give you a bit of a discount, but not a chance of the full 10 years.

I had this a few years back, and only place that would take any into account was Swinton.
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Re: No claims discount for car insurance

Postby bigbmxdave on Sat Apr 03, 2010 12:42 pm

rang a few places up. Finally found one that accept it after trying many others

"Budget" car insurance which are part of direct line said they accept company car no-claims-years as if they were regular private car years


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Re: No claims discount for car insurance

Postby Brick on Mon Apr 05, 2010 5:42 pm

nice one at the end of the policy they will send you your proof of ncb and you wont have the problem anymore
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Re: No claims discount for car insurance

Postby rocky112 on Wed Jun 08, 2011 12:17 pm

It varies from company to company and you need to check your policy or insurance agent.


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