We’ve made some minor updates to the list of motor insurers.
In particular, we’ve added the details of More Than. As well as asking about motor convictions, they only ask about convictions relating to fraud or dishonesty. They don’t seem to give a definition to these two phrases, so if in doubt, you should check with them first, but those convictions which are obviously not in those categories do not need to be disclosed (as well as not needing to disclose anything that is spent).
Also, we’ve left the details of the Co-op on the list, because their online system doesn’t ask about non-motoring convictions. However, we’ve had reports from individuals saying that they’ve been asked by the Co-op when they’ve spoken to them over the phone. If this has been your experience, please let us know.
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