French car insurers refuse lockdown refunds

Car insurers refuse lockdown refunds
Many insurers are refusing lockdown refunds.

A campaign to press insurance firms to pay back part of motor premiums due to cars not being used during the lockdown has provoked an angry response from the industry.

As reported in our June edition, one of France’s leading consumer-rights associations UFC-Que Choisir produced a model letter for people to send to their insurers, asking for refunds. An example of this (with a translation) can be found on our ...

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