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If my car is stolen, will the insurance be void if the car had no tax?

If my car is stolen, will the insurance be void if the car had no tax?

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No, the vehicle does not need to have a valid tax or MoT to be insured - the vehicle may have been on a drive for example. It only needs to fulfil the criteria of the contract.
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