If needed, we can perform the repairs in our bodyshop and we have OEM panels in stock
Insurers are interested in your claims history, there'll be no claim here against your insurance this will all be against the lorry's insurance.yes it will be recorded either way and your insurance will go up.
its gets recorded as an 'incident not at fault' or 'Incident at fault' was told by admiral last week.
for this reason i will be trying to claim back losses for my insurance premium going up as well for the next 5 years.
thank god it was only a scrape to my Audi a3 run about.
This isn't a no fault claim, your insurance will only be effected if your insurance Co is unable to recover the monies from the offending driver.Sorry to see that ... Hopefully an easy fix for you!!
Bad news you'll have to declare a non fault claim which will affect premium wether you go though insurance or not with most companies... Hopefully it's hassle free for you... Good luck
Nope. Statistically, even when involved in a no-claim incident, a driver is more likely to have another claim shortly after. A no fault claim WILL affect your policy.This isn't a no fault claim, your insurance will only be effected if your insurance Co is unable to recover the monies from the offending driver.
That was exactly my strategy...Personally I would find out the deadline for telling the insurance and before the deadline I would try to pursue a settlement from the haulage company without involving the insurance. If the haulage company start to mess you around then call the insurance and go via that route...
With my insurers it's 48 hours and I'm technically beyond that now. I figured a few hours won't make a world of difference whilst I still decide what to do.What are the official timescales for reporting an incident to your insurance company? A day, a week, a month? I have a feeling you usually have 30 days...but I may be wrong
Mook is dead right. I've done two quotes for comparison and I'll be looking at about an extra £70 per month for 5 years = £350.Nope. Statistically, even when involved in a no-claim incident, a driver is more likely to have another claim shortly after. A no fault claim WILL affect your policy.
Cheers - might well look into them.Call Accident Exchange and rape them for everything.
My previous car was rear ended and I contacted them. They will deal with everything for you... no headaches. They will tell you just to inform your insurance company and tell them that they are dealing with it. Courtesy car straight away.. you might get something like an M3 or Merc SL