Do I have to notify potential insurance companies that a vehicle is a Cat D?

Do I have to notify potential insurance companies that a vehicle is a Cat D or will they pick that up from the search they do?

Asked on 10 August 2018 by Martin Hallett

Answered by Tim Kelly
Should your vehicle be a total loss in the future, they will HPI it and will be aware. They will reduce the value approximately 20 percent as a result.
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