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Jul 11

Posts: 18

alnight91 says:

no claims bonus?!?!

heres the story,

i had one years no claim which i used to insure my sv650 last year and had an accident in september. This accident is still an ongoing dispute (even though someone pulled out on me and "didnt see me" :mad:)


i have one years no claims on my gs500f as this is on a different policy.


is there any way of using my previous year no claims from before my accident or is that "used up".


its just now really frustrating as Im unrestrected in august and i want the most no claims i can get! especially if this accident is still unresolved!



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Aug 09

Posts: 2685

MarcusMarsh says:


Firstly, from other posts on this forum it appears that you cannot 'double up' on NCB by building it up on two seperate policies.  I would therefore suggest that you clarify that with your insurers.  The good news is that, if the accident is not proven to be your fault the you should not loose your NCB.  Explain to your insurers that there is a claim in process but that it's a 'non fault' accident and you should be OK.

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