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    Transferring No Claims from motorbike to car insurance - what insurers let you?
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    • 23rd Feb 08, 7:54 PM
    Transferring No Claims from motorbike to car insurance - what insurers let you? 23rd Feb 08 at 7:54 PM
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    I've got 2 years NCD from a motorbike I got rid of recently. I'm now about to buy a car and know there are some insurers who will let you transfer NCD from bike to car policies. But I don't know which ones! Brokers generally won't accept it as they compare lots of insurers. Companies who I've called who DO accept transfer are Tesco, Directline, churchill but they're all more expensive with NCD than others from comparison sites without NCD (tho Churchill is close), so that's no good for money saving. Has anyone else gone through this process who knows other companies to try?
    Last edited by MSE Tony; 28-03-2013 at 1:23 PM.
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