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Using no claims on classic car policy?

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I have had a works van for around 18 months and only use the wife’s car occasionally on her insurance. is there any insurance companies that will let me use my no claims bonus I have on my classic car policy??i have a cortina which is due renewal soon and i have full no claims which will go back to zero if I don’t use it. Thanks Paul.

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I used my no claims with Performance Direct when I had a company car. 

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anything like my classic car policy and the premium is so cheap to start with that I doubt its worth their while tbh

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53 minutes ago, colr6 said:

The policies I’ve had don5 have a no claims facility, it’s just a set price.

Which company was this?

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1 minute ago, colr6 said:

Cherished/ footman James / Adrian Flux

Thanks. My current insurance is with footman James’s so will speak to them at renewal time.

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You don’t loose your NCD if you don’t use it for a year or so, just keep your last renewal with proof of NCD for a future policy

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1 hour ago, colr6 said:

You don’t loose your NCD if you don’t use it for a year or so, just keep your last renewal with proof of NCD for a future policy

I thought You can only keep your no claims for two years if your not using it,after that you can back to zero.

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Some are two but others up to three, if you have a spouse then just alternate the policyholder on a normal policy thus keeping your NCB active.

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