Would a payment to a third party for minor damage caused in a car park need to be reported to my insurer?

Would a payment from my own funds to a third party for minor damage caused in a car park need to be reported to my insurer. There is no damage claim re my own vehicle

Asked on 28 December 2018 by eromdirp

Answered by Tim Kelly
As long as the other party puts in writing that this payment has been accepted as full and final settlement of any claim, no you do not.
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