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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2015 3:09 pm 
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FishyWishy wrote:
I wasn't suggesting anyone would do it deliberately. Fronting happens inadvertently sometimes, simply because many drivers aren't even aware that there's anything wrong in trying to get a cheaper premium for their children this way. Just trying to raise awareness.

If driver was to put a second car on, licence it in his name, insure it in his name ( policy) and his son as the only driver.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2015 3:27 pm 
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If your industry wants to combat fraud, Why does it not lobby for a change in the law,,,1.that the vehicle be ins for damage only....2"And that the driver must have his own personal injury ins to cover claims..requiring his national insurance no.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 15, 2015 4:57 am 
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Protected no claims isn't worth the paper it's written on nowadays. If you have a claim they'll rinse you on the next renewal date.

I had my car vandalised, I had protected no claims. They came and took the car away for repair. When my renewal came back they'd loaded me with £500 extra because I'd had a claim. I asked them why this was as I'd got protected no claims, they said, "it only protects your no claims it doesn't protect you from price increases after a claim."


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2015 1:51 pm 
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Nidge2 wrote:
Protected no claims isn't worth the paper it's written on nowadays. If you have a claim they'll rinse you on the next renewal date.

I had my car vandalised, I had protected no claims. They came and took the car away for repair. When my renewal came back they'd loaded me with £500 extra because I'd had a claim. I asked them why this was as I'd got protected no claims, they said, "it only protects your no claims it doesn't protect you from price increases after a claim."


i think we all know that this trade is picked over like a cows carcass by vultures except the vultures have the decency to wait till the victim is dead...

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