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Car insurance companies that accept non-EU no claims certificates

Last post Sun, Mar 20 2011, 11:38 AM by gooseheads. 2 replies.
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  •  Sun, Mar 20 2011, 11:38 AM

    Re: Car insurance companies that accept non-EU no claims certificates

    Aviva will accept this as proof of no claims bonus . As long as you have written proof to send in to confirm the years you were claim free whist driving abroad . They would honour an equvilent discount
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  •  Tue, Mar 01 2011, 11:09 PM

    Re: Car insurance companies that accept non-EU no claims certificates

    Taken from the Direct Line site.

    If my No Claims Discount (NCD) has been earned in another country, is it still acceptable?

    Only if it is issued by an insurer from an EU/EAA country (proof must be written in English). NCD earned in Australia, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Faroe Islands, Gibraltar, Isle Of Man, Japan, Jersey, Monaco, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, USA or Zimbabwe is also acceptable provided it is written in English and the NCD level is shown in years and not as a percentage.

    Many other companies should accept NZ/Australian no claims discount proof, but it will need to be from your last Insurers and will need to meet the same conditions as Direct Line.

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  •  Tue, Mar 01 2011, 9:07 PM

    Car insurance companies that accept non-EU no claims certificates

    Does anyone know which car insurance companies will accept a no claims certificate from Australia & NZ dated 2001 - 2010? Only just changed my license to GB so no previous driving record here in UK. Thanks.
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