Why do I need to provide a safety certificate (normally required when ownership is changed) to change insurance policy on my older vehicle?
- zipperLv 65 months ago
They want to know if you have kept it up to code. Think about it and it should make sense to you!
- MayLv 55 months ago
Because the insurance company requires it. If you don't want to or cannot furnish this, find another insurer who won't require it.
- RonLv 75 months ago
I'm not sure. Post the phone number to your insurance company along with your policy number and I'll call them for you and ask
- Anonymous5 months ago
To make sure your old car is road worthy and safe.
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- The MikelLv 75 months ago
To prevent insurance fraud.
If the vehicle is not road worthy no insurance company would want to take liability.
- RickLv 65 months ago
probably a state law to keep unsafe junkers off the streets ..................