Insuring 2 cars and 1 driver. What are my options?

Two cars, a Volvo S80 V8 and BMW 125i Coupe.

Volvo insured my name, husband full no claims.

BMW insured wife's name, full no claims.

Wife failing eyesight does not wish to drive any more.

What do we do about insuring the BMW? Will I have to "start again" regarding no claims if insured under my name?

Asked on 30 July 2012 by MEDBEW

Answered by Honest John, Aviva and Admiral all do multi car insurance. But the most obvious thing to do is go to your present insurer, explain the problem, and see what they can do. If they can't help, then go to the others.
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