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sky insurance - temporary cover?

michaelg1001 Feb 18, 2013

  1. michaelg1001

    michaelg1001 Active Member

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    Just wondering if anyone could tell me whether Sky insurance will do temporary cover notes for a couple of weeks on a 2nd car?

    My car is off the road for a few weeks having some work done, and a friend of mine is happy for me to borrow his until mine is ready.
     
  2. michaelg1001

    michaelg1001 Active Member

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    managed to ring them at lunchtime, not happy, won't insure if I don't own the vehicle
     
  3. hades-

    hades- Yorkshire & Humber Rep. Regional Rep VCDS Map User

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    theres not many that will insure unless you own the car
    call your own insrance tell them your car is going off the road and you need to insure a diff car for a few weeks
    insurance who i use usaly charge me around £5 a day
     
  4. jojo

    jojo Looking for Boost! Staff Member Moderator Team Daytona quattro Audi S3 Audi A6 Audi Avant Owner Group

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    Is your mates car insured? If so, are you not insured to drive it 3rd party?
     
  5. skyinsurance

    skyinsurance Site Sponsor Site Sponsor

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    We (and other insurers) cannot offer cover on something you have no insurable interest in.

    Try a temporary insurer, they will not have the same issue
     
  6. michaelg1001

    michaelg1001 Active Member

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    I'm with Sky at the moment. Had no problem last year when I was with Admiral, I insured my Dad's old car (still in his name) when he changed his and I didn't have one, and then on a temporary cover note after I bought the S4 and was selling it for him.

    It is, but because I took my policy out when I was 24, I can't. And even though I'm now 25 the policy won't update to now allow me to.



    I tried the temporary insurers, but the best I could get was £200 for a fortnight which is a p*ss take, especially when I could insure the car for a year for £377!
     
  7. audigex

    audigex Active Member

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    Could your mate not add you as a temporary or additional/named driver on his own policy?

    Only issue is that if you crash, it's his NCD that takes the hit.
     

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