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  1. Hi hope someone may be able to offer advice, my son has been insured with endsleigh for past six months, previous to this with insurance company for two years with no problems, he has never had an accident nor made a claim, as his mum I am named as additional driver, I rarely use the car and I have no other car and therefore no other policy, I have never had an accident nor made any claim, I just drive very occasionally. Today my son has received a letter from Endsleigh wanting an explanation as to why when they have searched the Claims and Underwriting (CUE) register, the information supplied
  2. he OFT's market study has provisionally found that the following practices appear to inflate the cost of replacement vehicles provided to not-at-fault drivers, making it on average £560 more expensive each time: After road traffic accidents, many insurers of not-at-fault drivers, brokers and repairers, refer those drivers to credit hire organisations that tend to charge higher daily hire rates, in exchange for a referral fee of between £250 and £400 per car hire. Not-at-fault drivers appear to receive replacement vehicles for longer periods than necessary, leading to inflate
  3. This follows a lengthly investigation by the OFT into the motor insurance market. http://www.oft.gov.uk/news-and-updates/press/2012/44-12
  4. Follows an investigation by the OFT. http://www.oft.gov.uk/news-and-updates/press/2012/44-12
  5. Help and advice needed please. My daughter's partner was pulled over by the police in January for not wearing a seat belt, instead of paying the fine he attended a Road Safety Educational Presentation - as such his Fixed Penalty Notice was cancelled. He has written evidence from Essex Police to confirm this as indeed in this letter they quote "As such, I can confirm that no further action will be taken against you in relation to this offence". A letter from Marstons was received on 2nd May asking for £215 for non payment of this offence, stating that they had a Magistrates Court Order and
  6. Pretty damning report. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cars/article-2150760/Insurers-auctioning-injury-details-claims-lawyers.html
  7. i was at work on wednesday when i received a call from my father saying my car and his car have been driven in to. A witness has come forward to say that he saw the tow truck which was still pulling a polo car and hiT several cars. The police were called to the incident as soon as my family was informed and 5 minutes later the truck was reported as stolen. This was my first car, infact my dream car i had only had for 2 months. I am insured with tesco and the owner of the truck is with axa. I reported it to tesco straight away and they have asked if i want to pay the excess or wait until l
  8. Hello everybody, This is my first post on CAG. I've been reading through the forums for a few months now as I've got a debt hanging over me that requires sorting. About 4 years I took out finance for a vehicle. Shortly after I crashed the car. Being young and stupid I didn't have the correct insurance to pay for fixing the vehicle. The vehicle was written off due to the damage caused. A few months later I took some calls from the dealer chasing payment for the vehicle. I put off this payment (which wasn't actually long) until they simply stopped contacting me. 4 years lat
  9. Hi all, I just wanted to ask a question. I have a car with accessories that weren't disclosed when I took out the car insurance. I had an crash with another car, and the other driver was responsible for the accident. I read that my policy won't pay for the accesories that weren't disclosed but I wanted to know that taking into account the other car was responsible, if the insurance company of the other driver should also cover the accesories as they should pay for my damages. Thanks in advance.
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