Has anyone had their car off the road, taxed, not insured and insurance company looking for payment?
They tried to take payment for a years insurance from a credit card which has since been cancelled. Since all their correspondance was to my old address, I had no idea what was going on. Now they are wanting me to pay for insurance for the period until they cancelled the insurance.
My car was 'off the road' for a period of 2 months because I was looking to sell it. It was taxed and located on private property but was not insured. I've since decided to keep the car and have insured it elsewhere. Elephant will not accept this to right off the debt. Has anyone else had this issue & how was it resolved?
Or that my car was off the road. It's proving that the car was off the road because I didn't need a SORN because it's taxed till September.
No Elephant wouldn't have had to cough up anything. I wasn't in receipt of any insurance documents from them. I never renewed my insurance with them. They sent documents to my former address and assumed because they had heard nothing from me, that I was happy to renew another years insurance with them. They really should have cancelled the insurance policy when they failed to collect payment from a cancelled credit card but didn't and continued to insure me until they decided to cancel it because they hadn't heard from me. The car was never advertised for sale. I was looking to trade it against a new car and took it off the road so as not to run up unnecessary mileage. Which I'm entitled to do.