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Impounded Car Insurance UK We work closely with several specialist insurers to ensure that our clients are getting the most suitable impounded car insurance policy, at the most competitive rates. We have formed strong relationships with these insurance companies and this allows us to compare impounded car insurance premiums and pass the best quote on to you. Standard insurance companies will not cover impounded cars and the compound staff will check if your insurance policy is valid for the seized car.

It is very important that you take out the right insurance policy to avoid paying further fees & costs and wasting your time at the police compound. The reason that most insurance companies do not offer impounded car insurance is because it is seen as too high risk to insure a person once they have committed an offence that has resulted in their car being seized and impounded.

This could be driving without valid car insurance for example, or without a valid driving license. Finding an insurance company that offers cover for for impounded vehicles can often be very difficult and time consuming.

read more › Here at Impounded Car Insurance UK we have a team of fully trained insurance specialists ready to take your call. The majority of insurers simply will not allow you to insure an impounded vehicle and finding an impounded car insurance policy can be time consuming, stressful and costly. Our aim is to take away that stress and to provide you with the insurance you need both quickly and for a reasonable price. Working closely with a number of specialist insurers we will tailor your quote to suit you - whether you are looking for short term impounded car insurance or for a policy that will continue to cover you for 12 months.

read more › Without the correct insurance policy you will not be able to collect your car from the impound. A standard insurance policy will not be accepted by the impound and you will need a special impounded car insurance policy. In many cases the police will advise you that a short term insurance policy is not suitable for collecting an impounded car. However, this is only correct if the short term insurance policy is valid for less than a 30 day period. Our specialist insurance advisors can provide you with a quote for a 30 day impounded car insurance policy.

read more › Impounded Car Insurance UK are one of the leading companies offering seized car insurance. If your car has been seized by the police and taken to the compound we can provide the seized car insurance that you need to release your impounded car. Once your car has been seized by the police you may find it difficult to find a company that offer insurance for seized cars. This means that your car could be stuck in the compound for days whilst you try to find seized car insurance; meaning more money spent on storage fees and more time wasted.

read more › If your car has been seized by the police for driving without insurance, you will likely reiceve an IN10 motoring conviction. Impounded Car Insurance UK specialise in providing IN10 insurance policies that will allow you to collect your impounded car. Once your car has been seized by the police it will be difficult to find insurance because you may have an IN10 motoring conviction. Impounded Car Insurance UK are one of the only places that offer insurance for impounded cars. On top of being specialists at sourcing seized car insurance we are also able to offer IN10 insurance for drivers that have received an IN10 motoring conviction and had their car seized.

read more › Under section 165A of the Road Traffic Act 1988, police have the power to seize any vehicle that is being driven without a valid insurance policy or where the driver does not hold a valid driving license. Once the car has been seized your car will be taken to the impound, where you will be charged a release fee plus a daily storage fee until the vehicle is collected. An IN10 conviction code is the penalty received for driving a vehicle without the necessary minimum insurance in place. The minimum insurance required is currently a policy that covers against damages to third parties.

read more › In the UK there are several legislations that give the police the power to seize and impound vehicles that have been involved in certain serious offences. The police can also confiscate and impound your vehicle if they think that "it's being used in a way that causes alarm, harassment or distress". The police can seize vehicles for a multitude of reasons; usually for serious motoring offences or when the roads will be safer if the car is removed. Section 165a of the Road Traffic Act 1988 specifically gives the police power to seize and impound vehicles in cases where the driver appears to be uninsured.

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