Damok wrote:Every Insurance policy is different fudder. I'm only giving my advice and what I have come across.
As for no mention of tax or NCT that's nothing to do with Insurance, the provision is already set out in Irish law for them..
You drive a car on Irish roads with no NCT or tax on it. It can/could/might be impounded and even psv'd on you.
i was gonna write that at the end of my comment that its illegal to drive without tax or nct anyway was a bit lazy earlier ...
i get ya my failure of a policy with axa was completely different on an ek9 i could drive anything up to a 3 liter with owners permission and must be road legal (nct)
my final experience with axa was a disaster rang to swap over to my altezza from my ek9 and 2 weeks later got stopped at a checkpoint with no proof of insurance when i rang axa for a copy of the insurance they said i never swapped over to the altezza and my current insurance was for a toyota yaris that i drove two years before for a few weeks they said they never heard of the ek9 and thats when i literally snapped had the policy for the ek9 and brought it straight to there office i got a loads of apology's and afterwards they even gave me an insurance policy to cover me when i was stopped in the altezza
2 months later time for renew i got a renew policy for the yaris :@ and gave up i joined aviva no problems yet