Do insurers charge higher premiums if a car is leased rather than owned?

Do motor insurers charge higher premiums if a car is leased rather than owned by the insured?

Asked on 16 April 2019 by Gordon Tait

Answered by Tim Kelly
They shouldn't do.
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