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Admiral Drug Driving Policy

Unkown

New member
I have recently received an indemnity form from Admiral following an accident where I was found to be above the drug driving limit, unbeknown to me.

I have been to court and faced the consequences with a driving ban and fine and I completely accept it was my responsibility to refuse to drive following an unwell feeling.

Following this Admiral have contacted me notifying that the insurance contract provides that any claims made that are a result of drug driving are to be paid and may be recovered from myself. Following this I have received the aforementioned indemnity form, what would be the general advice in regards to the form. Should one complete it or refrain from doing so.

Any other advice would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance.
 

grice96

Well-known member
It doesn't matter if you fill the form in or not. My friend never done the form and his court date with admiral for a county court judgement for payment is in April as he had been ignoring their contact since mid 2018.

I've posted about it before in the admiral thread if you want to check my comment history to have a read of it.
 

price1367

TTC Group
It doesn't matter if you fill the form in or not. My friend never done the form and his court date with admiral for a county court judgement for payment is in April as he had been ignoring their contact since mid 2018.

I've posted about it before in the admiral thread if you want to check my comment history to have a read of it.
Oh dear, so much for ignoring Admiral....
Please tell your friend to dispute the claim. If he ignores the county court letter then Admiral will win by default. If he challenges is, he may be able to convince the court that Admiral have not been diligent in trying to keep the payout down to a minimum so he should not be liable for the full amount.
 
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