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gilera550 Posted - 31 May 2006 : 17:11:01
If a British registered motor cycle is in an other EEC country with only 3rd party cover from a British company but without mot, do the insurance company have any obligation to pay 3rd parties in the event of an injury to the third party?
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Access Underwriting Posted - 02 June 2006 : 13:21:13
Do the insurers know it has no MOT and that it is not in the country? How long has it been out of the country and when will it be back?

A typical policy might state: We will not pay for any loss, damage or liability if you do not have a valid MOT test certificate when the law says you must have one.

Hope that helps.

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