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Hi, I've bought my car insurance policy yesterday 07/10 ,Yes insurance £293. I've noticed i forgot to mention that my car had 3 windscreen replacments over the last 5 years. After i've notice this ,I've run a dummy quote including my 3 windscreen claims at Yes website, they have quote me at £600!!! The policy will kick in next wednesday 10/10. I haven't called Yes explaing my error with the quote Should i: A-Call yes ,assume my mistake and ask them to re-quote me.... and pay the £600.... B-Cancell my policy with Yes... today is the first day of the 14 day coolling off period (can i do this???) C-Not call yes....and hope for the best Really would appreciate some insight on this. Help?!! gF

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You have to disclose this information to any insurers as in the event of a claim, if this then comes to light your insurance could be invalid. Also it is a criminal offence not to disclose this information.

Call and amend your details with them.


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thanks freakyleaky. The real question is: when I amend my details and if I'm not satisfied with the new quote am I still entitled to my cancell my policy??I'm still in the 14 cooling off period. The insurance policy starts next wednesday 10. Thanks in advance gF

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As you say you are still in cooli off period so yes you can cancell even if new quote is too high for you.

Windscreen replacement shouldn't bump it up much.


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Thanks again freakyleaky, I will. Fingers crossed. Let's hope the premium doesn't inflate. regards, gF

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