I am selling a car and have had interest from motor traders - if they insist on a test drive, would they be fully insured?

I currently have a private car for sale which is attracting some attention from motor traders. If they insisted on a test drive, would they be insured fully comp?

Asked on 25 February 2020 by Gary Johnson

Answered by Tim Kelly
How would you know without sight of a certificate or proof of insurance? Never presume anything. Request proof of cover.
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