About Nathan Jones

Nathan is one of the founding partners of Quote Chief.

Could your car insurance be invalidated? How working certain hours could cause you an insurance headache

Before you sign up for a new car insurance policy, it’s vital that you thoroughly read the policy conditions issued by the insurer.

These conditions can vary between insurance providers, so your new policy may not cover everything that your old one did.

Let’s be honest, most people simply don’t bother to read the small print. And […]

By |November 19th, 2019|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

What is an IN10 conviction and how does it affect your insurance?

If you’re convicted of a motoring offence, it’s likely that on top of any financial penalties you may face, your driving record will also be endorsed.
Depending on the severity of the offence committed, endorsements will remain on your driving license for between 4 and 11 years.
TIP: You can now view your driving record online to […]

By |September 10th, 2019|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Car insurance shock! Are you at risk of invalidating your policy?

Millions of motorists across Britain are at risk of inadvertently invalidating their car insurance policy.

Would you have ever imagined that something as trivial as placing a sat nav device on your windscreen could cost you your driver’s license and land you with a hefty fine?

This everyday piece of tech could land you in hot water […]

By |March 26th, 2019|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Drivers are facing unlimited fines and driving bans – for an offence they didn’t even know they were committing!

Hundreds of drivers are facing hefty penalties for driving another person’s car when they are not properly insured to do so.

Motorists are being caught out for an offence that they didn’t even know they were committing. Driving somebody else’s car, even with their permission, could land you in serious hot water if your insurance documents […]

By |December 6th, 2018|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

What to do when your vehicle has been impounded

Under certain circumstances, outlined in Section 165A of the Road Traffic Act 1988, the police have been given authority to seize vehicles from motorists if they are breaking the law or misusing their vehicle.

There are various reasons that can warrant the police to seize a vehicle but the vast majority are seized due insurance or […]

By |October 17th, 2018|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

SCAM ALERT – UK Motorists Losing Thousands to “Ghost Brokers”

A scam that appears to have resurfaced in the UK is costing motorists thousands of pounds. Here’s how to avoid becoming a victim of a “ghost broker”.

Scammers are targetting vulnerable drivers, such as those who are younger and inexperienced as they often pay thousands of pounds for their cover. Reasonably priced insurance for young drivers […]

By |September 20th, 2018|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

What is the penalty for driving without car insurance?

The Road Traffic Act 1988 states that all vehicles driven on public roads have to be covered by a car insurance policy that offers at least third party level of protection. This means that you must have a valid car insurance policy in place to drive your car or motorcycle on any road in the […]

By |August 16th, 2018|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Highway Code Quiz

Have a go at our quiz on the highway code, see how well you know it!
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By |August 14th, 2018|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

New EU insurance rules proposed to protect motorists and combat uninsured drivers

Changes to the EU Motor Insurance Directive have been proposed that could shake up the car insurance industry across the continent. From car insurance history being shared across Europe to new powers that will target uninsured drivers, here’s everything that you need to know about the proposal.

If the new rules are approved they will apply […]

By |May 30th, 2018|Motor Insurance|0 Comments

Ten things that you didn’t know could invalidate your insurance

Ten things that not all motorists know can invalidate car insurance

1. Using somebody else’s address
Telling your insurance provider that you live at a different address or failing to update your details if you move can cause your policy to be invalid.

2. Not declaring use for commuting
Even if you only drive to the train station a […]

By |March 28th, 2018|Motor Insurance|1 Comment