I only got a £20 refund for driving 80% less during the Covid period. Should I ask my insurer for more?

Out of the blue, my insurance company has offered to refund me £20 - a 6% refund on my annual premium for driving 80% less during the Covid period. The refund is limited to October-March. Should I grab this and run or hang on until they offer more realistic refunds?

Asked on 9 July 2021 by Mr G Honest

Answered by Dan Powell
It's always worth asking for more but I fear this is the best you will get. If the insurer refuses to be fair with the rebate then vote with your wallet and take your money to another insurer. The threat of losing your valuable business might make the insurer think twice about making such a measly rebate offer.
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