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    Just wondered whether if someone has a driving license but doesn't drive for just over a year whether or not they'd still get 1 years NCB even though they hadn't driven?
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    You have to have held insurance. So if you didn't drive but paid for insurance then yes you would.
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    (Original post by Juno)
    You have to have held insurance. So if you didn't drive but paid for insurance then yes you would.

    Okay so it has to be a full 12months, but does that have to be month on month( in a row) or could someone get insured for 2months like January and February then not get insured again until June and so on but as long as you do 12 monthsstopping and starting, you'd still get NCB?
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    (Original post by berryboysh)
    Okay so it has to be a full 12months, but does that have to be month on month( in a row) or could someone get insured for 2months like January and February then not get insured again until June and so on but as long as you do 12 monthsstopping and starting, you'd still get NCB?
    I'm not sure insurance companies that would let you **** them around like that.
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    (Original post by FXX)
    I'm not sure insurance companies that would let you **** them around like that.
    But it would still be 12 months of insurance just maybe spread out over 2 years
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    (Original post by berryboysh)
    But it would still be 12 months of insurance just maybe spread out over 2 years
    Have you found a company that does that then?
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    (Original post by FXX)
    Have you found a company that does that then?

    Haven't looked yet tbh, thats why i'm asking you guys first
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    (Original post by berryboysh)
    Okay so it has to be a full 12months, but does that have to be month on month( in a row) or could someone get insured for 2months like January and February then not get insured again until June and so on but as long as you do 12 monthsstopping and starting, you'd still get NCB?
    I really doubt you'd find anywhere willing to insure you like that, but if you did it wouldn't count as no claims unless they specified it did
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    (Original post by berryboysh)
    Okay so it has to be a full 12months, but does that have to be month on month( in a row) or could someone get insured for 2months like January and February then not get insured again until June and so on but as long as you do 12 monthsstopping and starting, you'd still get NCB?
    There's no point doing that.

    The thing won't count as NCB and it costs a lot more.

    When i looked at monthly insurance a months insurance was roughly 1/3rd of a years insurance so just buying 2 normal years will be a lot cheaper/better...
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    (Original post by Juno)
    You have to have held insurance. So if you didn't drive but paid for insurance then yes you would.
    This. You have to have had insurance which you havent claimed on to get no claims. Plus, you were asking about being insured for a couple of months here and there. Instead of messing about like that paying more and messing insurance companies about- just have insurance for the full year.
 
 
 
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