Insurance query

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  1. 6 Nov 2013 at 7:53 PM #1
    Martin87

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    Quick question guys... I've been driving 9 years, had 7 years continuous no claims as of march 2012 (would of been 8 april 2012) until i sold my last car, I had my own van insured in my name also on a separate policy as of March 2010 and have had continuous van insurance ever since, again, making no claims. Would i now beable to say i have 9 years no claims? or am i back to square 1 starting on 0? I'm soooo confused lol
     
  2. 6 Nov 2013 at 10:50 PM #2
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    When did you have a claim?
     
  3. 6 Nov 2013 at 10:57 PM #3
    Martin87

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    I haven't. Just heard that to have say 9 years no claims you need to have 9 consecutive years of claim free insurance. which i've technically got, but it crosses over between vehicles, ie 7 with 1 and 3 with my van.
     
  4. 7 Nov 2013 at 11:29 AM #4
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    Some insurers will not use private cars NCB on Vans and vica versa.

    Your private car NCB will still be available as this doesn't expire for a 2 years period (with most insurers).
     

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