Do consumers have to disclose that their vehicle has been a total loss then repaired?

Do consumers have to disclose to Insurers their vehicle was previously a total loss?

Asked on 4 July 2019 by Andrew

Answered by Tim Kelly
Unless asked, no you do not. They will know anyhow in the event of a further claim where your vehicle is a total loss, as they always hpi the vehicle
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