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Asked by Aimeejayne on 11th May 2014 Report this content
I owe one more monthly installment to Tesco for my car insurance. I am going to pay it but I cannot pay it till next month as I have a money situation, will they still send me my no claims proof even if I'm in arrears because I need to get insured by a new company?

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Asked by j.wright123 on 11th May 2014 Report this content
After paying the fixed amount for the year with a black box and the driver of the vehicle continuously speeds, what happens? Does the premium price go up the following year? Or does the insurance company cancel the contract?

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Asked by curlylurl on 16th February 2014 Report this content
My daughter had her car stolen which was 4 weeks old. On her Tesco insurance it states that if the car is less then a year old that she will have a receive the cost of full replacement they have offered her a sum of 9k which will not replace the car like for like they have said that is what she can buy it for which she cannot she has and will not accept this offer can you throw any light on how this works?

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Report this content Honcho Written on: 17/02/2014
Unfortunately this is not uncommon. As soon as the car is driven off the forecourt there are depreciation costs. There is an additional insurance policy that be taken out for new cars to cover this. Not much help now I know. If your daughter had a finance agreement then check the small print also if there was temporary ins cover on the vehicle to start with it surely lasts a month so check the terms of that.
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