Why am I still paying to insure written-off vehicle?

I was recently the victim of car theft and the car was recovered but it had been ruined. The insurance has been settled and paid but the insurance company has continued to take monthly payments. Surely this is not normal if there is no car to insure? W.R.

 

An expert for Asttral insurance brokers said that this may be ‘normal’, depending on the precise circumstances, and it is necessary to understand what happens when a car is ‘written off’ in an insurance claim. What this means is that the insurer offers to buy the wreck and pay ...

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