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Can Company Car NCB be Transferred?

A no claims bonus (NCB) can usually be transferred when you change your car or policy. However, if you’re an ex company car driver, this process isn’t as straightforward.

From employers being reluctant to provide proof of your no claims to the car being used for social, domestic and pleasure purposes as well as business – issues can arise.

Keep reading to find out more about transferring your company car no claims bonus, providing proof of your NCB and how a specialist insurer like Keith Michaels can provide policies tailored to your specific requirements.

Ex Company Car Insurance

Choosing a specialist broker such as Keith Michaels is the best option if you’re looking for affordable cover with an introductory no claims bonus.

Even if you can’t provide proof of your no claims with your ex company car, we may still be able to help.

Three Steps…

1.

Transferring NCB from a Company Car Policy

If you’ve recently given up your company car vehicle, you should be able to transfer any NCB built up on that car over to a new policy. However, this is only possible if the following apply:

  • You were named on your company’s insurance policy for that particular vehicle.
  • You had sole use of the company car.
  • The company car was for SDP (Social, Domestic and Pleasure) purposes as well as for business.
  • You have surrendered the company car within the past 12 months.
  • Up-to-date NCB proof can be provided.
2.

Providing Proof of Ex Company Car NCB

The easiest way to provide relevant proof of your built-up NCB is to forward a copy of your document to your new insurer, with confirmation provided on letter headed paper from your employer. In some cases, just a confirmation from your employer is all that is required for proof of your built-up NCB, but this will depend entirely on your provider.

Unfortunately, some employers may be reluctant to provide proof of your no claims and there is no requirement for them to do so.

3.

Choosing an Ex Company Car Insurance Provider

If you’re looking for ex company car insurance, make sure you choose a provider that accepts the transfer of a company car no claims bonus. It’s also worth remembering that some providers only insure individuals that are 25 and over, with the exclusion of certain vehicles such as taxis, vans and tractors.

Choosing a specialist broker such as Keith Michaels is the best option if you’re looking for affordable cover with an introductory no claims bonus. Even if you can’t provide proof of your no claims with your ex company car, we may still be able to help. To find out more, visit our Ex Company Car Insurance page.