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My boss is getting me a company car. Never have a car before, riding motorbike atm. I'm wondering what kind of insurance should I get? is it any difference from your own car? Can I transfer my mot… Read More
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
My boss is getting me a company car. Never have a car before, riding motorbike atm.
I'm wondering what kind of insurance should I get? is it any difference from your own car?

Can I transfer my motorbike NCB to my car insurance? I presume I will lose my NCB on motorbike ?
Thanks, any input would be great
Elves Avatar
8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
You can't transfer bike ins. to car NCD. IF YOUR BOSS IS GETTING A CAR FOR YOU, HE SHOULD ALSO PROVIDE INSURANCE.
#2
no you cant transfer the no claims from bike to car insurance (nor can you for motor trade insurance to car). Like Mike says, why is your boss not providing insurance?
#3
is it law that my boss has to provide me my insurance as well
#4
Elves
is it law that my boss has to provide me my insurance as well


No i don't think it law but i no my OH company insure him on his company car and me:thumbsup:
banned#5
Same here, company car comes fully insured, taxed and maintained, all I have to do is put the petrol in, :thumbsup:
#6
I wouldn't complain if he is not getting me one, I am grateful he's willing to give me a car, not a single one in my office get a company car. again, it would be nice it's fully insured ..lol
#7
JDE
Same here, company car comes fully insured, taxed and maintained, all I have to do is put the petrol in, :thumbsup:


My Oh doesn't even need to fill his up either the company pays for it too.
#8
No its not the LAW but is the car being used for business purposes? If so you insurance likely to cost you more than would normally do (maybe just mention to your employer and ask what insurance you need or whatever and see what he says?)
banned#9
It would be cheaper for him to insure you on it as he is the owner of the car, just ask him though. If you do get your own insurance you need to state you are using it for 'business'.

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