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Do I still accumulate no claims if my insured car is SORN'd?

If I have an insurance policy on a now SORN'd car, do I get to keep the remaining no claims bonus after transferring? If my policy runs out while on the SORN car, would the accumulated months still count towards my no claims?

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If you have accrued no claims bonus, they are valid for three years, even if you do not have a vehicle. Accumulated months do not lead a "full years" no claims. You only accrue the full year after it has passed.
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