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    • russellsnr
    • By russellsnr 14th Jun 19, 9:23 AM
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    Will NCB be Honored?
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    • 14th Jun 19, 9:23 AM
    Will NCB be Honored? 14th Jun 19 at 9:23 AM
    Hi, Moving back to the UK early next year from another EU country after nearly 14 years away, when we moved out from the UK I had full NCB car insurance and it was honored by the country I moved to after providing proof, does anyone no if that will be the case when I get back to the UK? If not the best car insurance provider for over 65's? Thankyou, Russ.
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    • rosierd
    • By rosierd 14th Jun 19, 10:17 AM
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    • 14th Jun 19, 10:17 AM
    Yes shouldn't be an issue at all. I would contact a Broker they will have more flexibility with this whereas online it's very hit and miss whether it would be accepted after you have taken out the policy.
    • RupH19
    • By RupH19 15th Jun 19, 7:48 AM
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    • 15th Jun 19, 7:48 AM
    Different insurers take different approaches but if you have retained your 'claim free' status and have proof of current no claims bonus from your current EU insurer it will likely be accpeted. If you have not driven whilst over in the EU your UK no claims bonus will have expired although some insurers may give you a similar intro no claims bonus based on it. Never straight forward; us the typical compare sites quoting your assume no claims then just ring them to confirm they will accept it. Hope that helps.
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