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I have a motorcycle for 2 years now, and just changed my insurance company to Churcill. I;ve never made any claim all this time, and when I bought my insurance, I put 2 years of no claim bonus. They s… Read More
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
I have a motorcycle for 2 years now, and just changed my insurance company to Churcill. I;ve never made any claim all this time, and when I bought my insurance, I put 2 years of no claim bonus. They said, they wanted proof of no claim bonus from my previous insurer. Never been asked for it before when I changed my insurer the second time. This is the third time.

Is it possible to ask my previous insurer to provide me those proof? what kind of proof, is it like a letter from my previous insurer? would they be willing to give me one?

Sorry, I am new in this kind of thing. never own any vehicle before.
Thanks for any input
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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banned#1
It will be in the renewal offer from your previous insurer. That should suffice. I did read somewhere that your last insurer has to provide the details to you upon request.

It's only fair that you provide these details when asked if you're taking advantage of a no claims discount, otherwise we'd all be 6/7 years plus no claims :thumbsup:
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yea just ask your old insurance company and they will send you a certificate/letter with proof of no claims. They have to send it.
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aScottishBloke
It will be in the renewal offer from your previous insurer. That should suffice. I did read somewhere that your last insurer has to provide the details to you upon request.

It's only fair that you provide these details when asked if you're taking advantage of a no claims discount, otherwise we'd all be 6/7 years plus no claims :thumbsup:


I still have renewal offer from my previous insurer and said I have 2 years of no claim bonus.
Ok, I'll email my new insurer and ask whether they will accept this as proof.

Thanks guys
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aScottishBloke


Thanks, that was very useful :thumbsup:

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