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    Hello,

    I currently have a policy with 'Ingenie', which is due to end on the 27th of February. They've sent me a renewal letter on the 7th which states that I've been insured with them for a year and later on states that my NCD is one year. I was considering buying a new car before my current expiry date on the 27th. I have contacted Ingenie to inform them I wish to cancel my policy on the 27th and they've told me that once it's been terminated they shall send me my NCB certificate. My question is: Would I be able to insure the new car and provide the new insurer (Tesco) with the renewal letter as proof of no claims rather than an actual certificate?

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    Hello,

    I currently have a policy with 'Ingenie', which is due to end on the 27th of February. They've sent me a renewal letter on the 7th which states that I've been insured with them for a year and later on states that my NCD is one year. I was considering buying a new car before my current expiry date on the 27th. I have contacted Ingenie to inform them I wish to cancel my policy on the 27th and they've told me that once it's been terminated they shall send me my NCB certificate. My question is: Would I be able to insure the new car and provide the new insurer (Tesco) with the renewal letter as proof of no claims rather than an actual certificate?

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    The renewal letter counts as your NCB proof.
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    The renewal letter counts as your NCB proof.
    Exactly
 
 
 
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