car insurance no claims discount?

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Answer #1 | 31/12 2013 04:33
wouldnt wory about it, its scam anyway and they only discount to 5 years, the rest is academic.
Answer #2 | 31/12 2013 04:51
To get no claims insurance discount, I believe the number of years are with ONE insurance company - jumping around negates the positive balance sheet you accrued for a particular insurance company.
Answer #3 | 31/12 2013 04:35
No motor insurance will show 20 years of no claims. They will all show a maximum of "9+" on the policy, so no mistake has been made. Don't worry - you're just one of many people who get confused about how N.C.D. works.
Answer #4 | 31/12 2013 05:43
They are not interested in anything over 7 years. If you had had a claim 8 years ago you would still now get a full NCB There is no mistake They just record the maximum number of years, in your case, that will give the maximum NCB
Answer #5 | 31/12 2013 05:54
Once you get to the maximum %age discount that a company gives you won't get any more even if you had 100 years of claim free driving.
Answer #6 | 02/01 2014 04:30
The only way you would be able to get that corrected would be to provide every renewal notice for the past 20 years. The Motor Insurers Bureau, who record information for the UK motor insurance industry, only hold 7 years of history.
Answer #7 | 01/01 2014 14:24
I've never seen an insurance company offer more than "9+ yrs" and even that high is rare. And to be honest it all means nothing. You need to look at companies that offer the highest "maximum NCD" Some offer what they claim is 90%, some 70% so as you're comfortably over 9ys it's those figures I would be looking at. Having said that you till have to be careful that the "original" price isn't too high so really it doesn't mean that much...

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