Car no claims discount, what counts?

I have been on my partners policy for about 18 months, we have now separated and I need my own policy. Do I now have no no-claims discount. I don’t know how they work it?

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3 Responses to “Car no claims discount, what counts?”

  1. jackie m says:

    No you don’t, you will have to start from the beginning again – when I divorced I had been on partners car insurance for 20 years and I had to start from the beginning in my own name for car insurance, when you are taking to the insurance company mention you have been on his insurance and you might get a discount but even at that 18 months is not a lot, Good Luck

  2. Fairdo4all says:

    No you don’t, only the actual policy holder gets the ncb.

  3. RS50337 says:

    Depends on the insurer. Some insurers give the named drivers a NCD as well.
    You could, however, ask for a letter from the insurers you were a named driver with, to state that whilst you were with them, you weren’t involved in any accidents. Not all will provide this but some might. It may not mean that your new insurers will accept that but it’s worth a shot.

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