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    The driver had stolen the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveBentley View Post
    You might if the third party was uninsured and your insurer has to pay out rather than recovering it from them.
    Nope, that's covered by the motor insurers bureau which is an insurance scheme for car insurers against uninsured and untraceable drivers (well, we all pay £30 on average each year into this as part of our car insurance).

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    Quote Originally Posted by oalcock View Post
    The driver had stolen the car.
    I would take to small claims court

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    WHY WHY have you got an insurance with the excess that high? I did a "go Compare" thing and some of the excess' were like £3k, WTF is that all about, no wonder people don't bother. Mine is and always will be around £250

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