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When you agree an insurance contract - it usually clearly states you will keep the vehicle in a roadworthy condition and in accordance with the relevant regulations relating to the current and future Road Traffic Act responsibilties. Therfore if your vehicle is not taxed or have a valid MOT it does not conform to the Road traffic Act - in other words no adherence to the Law - the insurance can be invalidated. In other words the insurers will keep there side of the deal if you do and if you fail then legally you have broken the contract.
Currently in madnoel10's garage:
Honda Civic 1.4l