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Asked by robeli on 9th October 2014 Report this content
How can I renew my policy?

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Report this content Notoverthehillyet Written on: 17/10/2014
The company will contact you once the policy is due for renewal. I have been with them for 3 years now and they send me a letter advising me of the renewal date, the cost and no claims bonus. I pay by standing order and the letter states (if memory serves) that if I am happy with the cost of renewal I should do nothing and the payments will come out of my account as normal. If not then I can cancel by phone or letter.
Asked by andykohut on 16th September 2014 Report this content
I have not had required car insurance for the past 2 years as I have been out of the UK supporting coalition forces but am now due to return. I have a copy of my previous NCD dated 10 Aug 2012. Please can anyone let me know if this is okay so I can go ahead and apply for insurance through this company?

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Report this content Notoverthehillyet Written on: 16/09/2014
I am not an insurer but my limited knowledge says you will have lost the NCD. I did Google it and there were some rather daft suggestions eg no claims then the NCD is safe. Cannot see that being relevant since if one is not driving then they would not be incurring a risk? My personal feeling is to contact Chaucer who really do have some great people working for them - only they can offer you a truthful answer. Could well be that as there is a "forces" reason there could well be exceptions BUT DO NOT QUOTE ME. Good luck.
Report this content alan.c6767 Written on: 16/09/2014
In the past they have given me credit for NCD but that was a NCD greater than just 2 years. I think you'd be lucky to get anyone to honour it, might just have to accept it's gone. The people at Chaucerdirect are very helpful and they're prices are very good, phone them and talk, you may be pleasantly surprised!
Asked by Heathern85 on 31st August 2014 Report this content
How much will it cost me to cancel my current insurance policy? My partner has purchased new insurance for our new car.

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Report this content Davidfuller123 Written on: 01/09/2014
I don't actually know if you get charged, but I would stay with Chaucer direct as I've had problems over the past and they are quick to respond and get the problem sorted out and they are I think one of the cheapest insurer's out there that actually care. hope this has help you but I cant give you information that I'm not sure off
Report this content Notoverthehillyet Written on: 01/09/2014
I have not tried to do that. I would imagine that insurance can be cancelled during the policy with a small admin cost (or at least that is my expectation). I would phone Chaucerdirect and ask them. My experience of talking with these guys has always been positive and they are very approachable.
Report this content IainBuk Written on: 02/09/2014
Ask your current insurer !
Report this content excellent123 Written on: 10/09/2014
To be truthful I cancelled nearly a year ago and cannot remember if there was a charge. If there was it must have been a small one otherwise I would have remembered. They were very good and cancelled my policy with no fuss. The only reason I cancelled was because I wanted my son on my insurance but he was too young for them to insure.
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