No claims discount rip-off

I have been continuously insured for 35 years, during which I have never made a claim. Until very recently I've only ever owned and insured one car, so I was shocked when I recently enquired about insuring a second car to be informed that my no claims history can only apply to one car. How is this justified or even allowed?

Asked on 28 July 2015 by Gaz14

Answered by Honest John
The simple answer to that one is to go for a multi car policy, which you can do through Admiral, Direct Line or specialist broker www.primoplc.com
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