A 'like' for the wisdom of the words, not the situation.I have been warned by a family member with previous experience of working in an insurance office to be very careful about changing insurers. Due to my age few companies will even quote but she has had experience of people changing to another insurer and then after one year being told they are now too old and refuse to insure further and being left in the cold with no insurer willing to quote. I had been a named driver on my son’s car but when they changed to a cheaper policy the AA refused to accept me. I can still drive his car as my own current insurance covers me for RTA only but I only do this in emergency. It now cost me just over £1000 for a standard Peugeot Partner and no problem history. An automatic was even more expensive for some unknown reason.
I noticed mine jumped up a bit this year and I turned 60 since the last renewal. Maybe that's why then.A 'like' for the wisdom of the words, not the situation.
I'm not sure when age-related price discrimination kicks in, but anyone approaching 60 should think carefully about what you say.
Could be, although it's only glorified guesswork on my part.I noticed mine jumped up a bit this year and I turned 60 since the last renewal. Maybe that's why then.
I imagine it would be, although there would be a genuine cost to the insurance company to administer it.Is this feasible?