I had an accident as a named driver on my wife's policy - do I need to tell my own insurer?

I had an accident in my wife's car which was deemed my fault and her insurance paid out as I am a named driver. When the renewal comes up for my car, (a different insurance company), do I have to tell them even though they did not incur any costs?

Asked on 25 September 2019 by Nigell

Answered by Tim Kelly
Yes, you will need to advise you have been involved in an accident and made a claim on her insurance.
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