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does a vehicle that is taxed and mot`d parked on a public road

need insurance ?

its not being driven, just laid up for a while

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yep - if its on a public road, it needs a minimum of 3rd party only insurance.

Of course, how a speed camera's going to enforce that law is another topic... :winky:

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Barrie,

You do know most insurers will do a 'linked' policy - so you can use your no claims on a second car.

regardless of what it is, if you insure it 3rd party only with 0 miles a year - it's gotta be cheap! :lol:

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Barrie,

You do know most insurers will do a 'linked' policy - so you can use your no claims on a second car.

regardless of what it is, if you insure it 3rd party only with 0 miles a year - it's gotta be cheap! :lol:

yep i know

ive abused that system, i have a total of 7 vehicles insured ! :crybaby:

this is a business van, and most business policys are not cheap

will probably be getting rid of it soon depends on how plans in the next month go ;)

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use it as a chicken coop

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use it as a chicken coop

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do chicken coop`s need insurance :unsure:

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use it as a chicken coop

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do chicken coop`s need insurance :unsure:

I hope not I have three :duh:

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use it as a chicken coop

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do chicken coop`s need insurance :unsure:

I hope not I have three :duh:

cool :D

lend us a chicken and i am covered :lol:

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:lol::lol: They are all going in two weeks time, how many do you want :D

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