Car insurance policies can be invalidated in wet weather if drivers take unnecessary risks


Lee Griffin, CEO and founder of GoCompare told “Insurers don’t invalidate policies just because people have to drive in heavy rain or strong winds.

“If their car is taxed, has a valid MOT and is insured, and they are driving legally, but drivers should always follow the rules of the road and drive appropriately for the weather conditions.

“Under the terms of insurance cover, it is the policyholder’s responsibility to protect their car from loss or damage.

“This would typically include avoiding unnecessary risks, such as driving through a heavily flooded area.

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