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If a car is recorded cat c after an accident does it affect insurance?

andel90 Avatar
6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks ago
The car in question has been driven for at least a year and a half, i may make an offer for this car but would insurance be higher?

The car works perfectly fine and is repaired

Thanks :)
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6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks ago
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I bought a car which had been cat c write off, insurance was no extra, the only thing that was affected was its resale value, a dealer refused to take it as a trade in
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^^^ what this guy said, if you have a crash they wont pay much probably £20 depending on the car.

Edited By: Rayhul on Sep 09, 2010 20:12: s
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I bought a car which had been cat c write off, insurance was no extra, the only thing that was affected was its resale value, a dealer refused to take it as a trade in



Rayhul
^^^ what this guy said, if you have a crash they wont pay much probably £20 depending on the car.


Thanks guys.....mate what do you mean by just £20?

Thanks
1 Like #4
a guy at work was refused insurance by two companies for a cat d vehicle that had been professionally repaired so not all companies treat them as normal
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mosskeeto
a guy at work was refused insurance by two companies for a cat d vehicle that had been professionally repaired so not all companies treat them as normal


Thanks for that mate :)
#6
andel90

Thanks guys.....mate what do you mean by just £20?

Thanks


I know someone who was miss sold a car, she had an accident and the insurance company only offered her £20 quid for it as the price of the car has already been paid for the when it had an accident originally. Insurance companies wont pay twice for a car that has already been paid for. Obviously the better the car the more your likely to receive.
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Rayhul
andel90

Thanks guys.....mate what do you mean by just £20?

Thanks


I know someone who was miss sold a car, she had an accident and the insurance company only offered her £20 quid for it as the price of the car has already been paid for the when it had an accident originally. Insurance companies wont pay twice for a car that has already been paid for. Obviously the better the car the more your likely to receive.


Thats pretty bad think il leave this car then lol
#8
Cat C means that it has suffered serious damage at some time.

Best avoid.

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