Updating your insurance information
King Price is on your side Think about it like this: you may one day decide to sell your material possessions, like your jewellery and mobile devices.And, just like that self-help book said, it might make you a better person.If it’s relevant and you don’t inform them, you could risk driving without proper cover.READ MORE: How to cancel your car insurance policy If you need to make a change to your policy, call your insurer.It could also take a big chunk of change off your premium and go towards that life-changing pilgrimage to India.However, if you don’t pick up the phone, dial 0860 50 50 50 and let us know, your trip is going to have to wait.
Some of these changes could affect your premiums, and may lead to a fine if they’re not amended.
They’ll be able to tell you whether your policy needs to be amended and how much it'll cost.
The standard amendment fee is usually set out in your policy’s T&Cs.
Or how about this scenario: Your beloved housemate of several years has decided to re-locate into a place of their own.
As sad as it may be to see your ‘partner in crime’ move on, this decision is certainly going to influence the insurance rate you’ve been paying. For instance, if you know that you’re going to buy a new car on a certain date, give us a call. This ensures that the day you drive away in that zooty new number, it’s already covered. If some idiot later drives straight into you, the policy won’t still be under that old jalopy you owned, which, sorry to say, renders that cover invalid. Your choice, our pleasure As we like to accumulate possessions, it’s important for every one of them to be specified in your inventory form.The fee varies by insurer, but it’s usually in the range of £15 and £30.