I'm not registered to vote - will this have an effect on insurance prices?

Does not being on the electoral register effect insurance premiums?

Asked on 4 December 2017 by Shaun O

Answered by Tim Kelly
No, it does not affect your premium. Although if you aren't registered at your address, an insurer could void the insurance policy if they believe you live somewhere else.
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