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We’re sorry to hear you’ve been dissatisfied with our products or services. If you need to make a complaint, you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can write to us at:
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Please be aware that we cannot dispute a decision made by an Insurer or Officer of the law.
Complaints may take 3 or more working days to be responded to, due to the investigation work taking place. Please ensure you provide all the information required, including quote or policy numbers, and your personal details such as name and address for the team to investigate it on your behalf.
Currently our policies only permit 1 driver per policy. Whilst we may offer this feature in the future, currently if you require 2 drivers – you will need two separate applications/policies to cover two people on the same vehicle.
Don’t worry, the policies don’t interfere with each other, so this won’t cause any issues with the either policy.
Currently, our policies only permit 1 driver per policy, but you don’t need to be the vehicle owner to take out insurance with us. As long as you have the owner’s permission, and the vehicle is not a rental, hire, or lease vehicle of fewer than 90 days’ duration, we can permit cover on that basis (subject to application).
In order to purchase a policy with us, you will be presented with our terms and conditions which you will have to formally agree to before proceeding to payment. It’s important that you set a few minutes aside to read through the insurer’s declaration in full, as this will indicate what is accepted based on the quote you’ve been generated.
Depending on the insurer, we can offer insurance for those who meet the following:
A criminal conviction refers to an individual who is found guilty of a crime that isn’t related to driving. For example, a speeding fine (SP30), or failure to stop after an accident (AC10) are considered driving convictions.
It’s important that you know whether your convictions are spent, or how long they may remain on your record for. We recommend you check your driving record with the DVLA via the GOV.UK website.
If you have a different conviction and you’re unsure whether it’s spent or not, you can check this using the Disclosure Calculator.
You can get in touch with us on email@example.com if you have any questions before you purchase.
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