My husband may get a driving ban - can I insure myself on a car that's in his name?

My husband and I are named drivers on each other's insurance policies. My husband may get a driving ban, what do we need to do about the policies? I can take him off mine but the other car is in his name. Can I insure that myself?

Asked on 17 March 2017 by Pamela Gray

Answered by Honest John
Yes, you can do that but you'll be starting afresh with no NCD on the policy for that car. Alternatively go for a Multicar policy with Admiral.
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