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?

Asked on 16 January 2020 by shaun pattison

Answered by Tim Kelly
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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