Car Insurance Premiums


#1

I'm early stages with mild symptoms, but have notified DVLA, and am dreading telling insurance company for fear of what might happen to the premiums.

What are people's general experiences from their insurers when informing them? No change? +25% ... more?

 


#2

 

hi it would prob be best too have already contacted them by now asap as diagnosed?.

I have read it should not go up. I contacted my insurance people on the day of diagnosis and told them, the lady said something along the lines of we just record the info too your file it  shouldn't effect your premium, I spose i'll find that out in May on renewal. i still have a full licence even though it's a short period one of 3 yr's.


#3

Hi - There was no change in my premium when I informed insurer recently.


#4

there was no change in mine when renewed after telling them . 

dvla take ages to sort license out . have to wait for letter from consultant then wait for them to sort 3 yr licence .i notifyied in sept , they got consultant letter january , have had letter saying ok got 3 yr license but still not recieved it 


#5

Hi Drewster,

Ditto for me really. I got my new 3 year licence through last week, but because it is still a full licence there was no change in my insurance premium.

Kittens3  - that wait sounds about the same as mine - could arrive any day now!

Best,

T