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Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by bailey, Apr 17, 2010.

  1. bailey

    bailey

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    As i have ins for the M/Home also my car and built up max no claims we are about to purchase a second car i have been told by my ins comp that i have to go back no claims discount on this car is there any way round this

    Thanks

    Bill
     
  2. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    change companies to one that does a multi-car policy which allows mirrored no claims on all vehicles.
     
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    As usual, good advice.

    Most of the good insurance companies will do it.

    John
     
  4. bailey

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    Guys thanks for your help Saga ins will mirror my max no claims diss that i have with the m/home to my new car


    Bill
     
  5. madbluemad

    madbluemad Banned

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    This no claims bonus is a scam as far as I'm concered. There is no statutory requirement regards no claims bonusus. It is an Insurance Company led scheme.

    It all started off early doors, if you hadn't made a claim against your insurance company for a year you got a one year no claim bonus and so on over the yeras until you achieved full discount for no claims.

    Now the Insurance Companies will allocate you the amount of no claims bonus that they want, whether you have never made a claim or not.

    I spoke to one broker who told me that they, the Broker with the co-operation of the Insurer could allocate as much no claims bonus as they wished, whether you had made a claim or not.

    The key words here are "No Claims". It is a system which is being abused wholesale. Why should a person be subject to zero no claims bonus when they havent ever made a claim.

    Its bent.

    Jim
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  6. roger buckley

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    I have not found a way of achieving duplication of a no claims discount from one vehicle to another , but have found that a number of companies will offer multi vehicle discount (Direct Line and Churchill I believe )
    Hope this helps
    Regards Roger
     
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