Well it's been a while since I posted but as my French gets better I am able to find out most things from French sites. However, I have a problem and I hope someone knows the solution.
Back in July 2018 I told my car insurance agent we were replacing our car and had bought the replacement BEFORE selling the current car and could they insure the replacement. What they did was to cancel the old car and put the new car on the policy. This meant I wasdriving the old car WITHOUT insurance for 3 months until I dicovered the problem.
The insurance agent started a new policy for the old car, the old car has now died (cylinder head failure) and the agent is refusing to cancel the policy unless I provide a certificate of sale or destruction. I want to keep the old car and break it for parts myseld as the replacement/new car is the same type.
Does anyone know if it's even possible to simply cancel when the car 'dies'? The agent says that as the policy is less than 1 year old, (despite them removing the old car and replaceing it with the new one without my permission, I can not cancel until 2 months before the 1 year anniversary.
Any suggestions greatfully received.
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