Insurance and courtesy cars

I was involved in an accident shortly before my insurance runs out. My current insurance has told me when my insurance runs out the courtesy car will be taken away unless my new insurance covers it. I have to pay an excess with my first insurance. Which insurer - previous or new - is responsible for covering the cost of the courtesy car?

Asked on 29 December 2012 by stephen54

Answered by Honest John
If provision of a bodyshop courtesy car was part off your insurance contract then this normally has to continue to be provided until your car is fixed (if it is not written off). Check the terms and conditions of your policy. It is nothing to do with your new insurer.
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