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For any motor policy, be it a car, van or motorcycle, you do not get days of grace to pay your premium. You must pay your renewal premium on or before the renewal date otherwise all cover provided by your policy will cease, you will then be driving your ...
Registering an imported vehicle When a vehicle is imported for use in Great Britain (GB), it must be registered and taxed with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). This must be done as soon as possible as the vehicle can’t be used or kep...
Vehicle Identity Check The Vehicle Identity Check (VIC) is a scheme to help stop stolen cars being passed off as repaired accident damaged cars. This is also known as ‘ringing’. You can check if a vehicle needs a VIC and submit your applicati...
Vehicle Write Off An explanation of the categories of a vehicle write off are listed below:    Category A - A vehicle which should have been totally crushed, including all its spare parts. Category B - A vehicle from which spare parts may be sa...
Flat-Rated simply means that the premium is set at one level, but that premium will depend on a number of factors, including the age of the car and how powerful it is, whether it is garaged, where you live and how old you are etc... Flat-Rated policies d...