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Ok so I’m selling my car to my dad and we both want to be insured as we will share. If I’m the main driver it’s £205 if my dad is it’s £58

How will they know who’s driving
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Ok so I’m selling my car to my dad and we both want to be insured as we will share. If I’m the main driver it’s £205 if my dad is it’s £58

How will they know who’s driving
Who will use it more?

Don't try and defraud an insurer; it will end in tears.
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That's very cheap. Is that a monthly premium?
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It’s 50/50
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It’s 50/50
Very unlikely. Someone will use it more than the other.
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If it's genuinly around 50/50, you should be fine with your dad as the main insurer but you won't gain any no claims bonus. If you drive it more and get caught out you're pretty much uninsured and liable to prosecution. (Plus not being insurable for a long long time)
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Surely with those price you must be a fully grown adult who is old enough, possibly ugly enough, to figure it out yourself.
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Ok but my point is how will they know who is driving t and when ? My dad is buying my car so it will be in his name aswell
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Ok but my point is how will they know who is driving t and when ? My dad is buying my car so it will be in his name aswell
Are you going to be honest and tell us that you're attempting to defraud an insurer?
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Ok but my point is how will they know who is driving t and when ? My dad is buying my car so it will be in his name aswell
Insurers arent stupid. They find these things out.
If an insurance company can get out of paying they will. And if they sniff a rat they will investigate further.
Its not worth it.Like has been said- If you drive it more and get caught out you're pretty much uninsured and liable to prosecution. (Plus not being insurable for a long long time).
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