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It kinda has to.
If you want to cancel, as you found it cheaper, or change your car and you dont like the extra charge then standard cancelation applys.
Now, IF the insurer enforces cancelation, Like refuses to cover the car, no car to cover anymore....
Then they have to do pro rata (charge for the amount of days on cover) as THEY are breaking the contract of insurance
Unless of cource its for non payment, Thats the policy holders fault
Currently in Tiggerz_SRi's garage:
Audi a4 v6 avant, used to have bmw 525d se estate, 2001 Toyota Previa 2.4 VVTi GLS, '98 R FORD Galaxy 2.3 Ghia X a Espace III 2.2dT RXE and a Lag I 1.8RT!