Definition of no-claims bonus in English:

no-claims bonus

Line breaks: no-claims bonus
(also no-claims discount)

noun

British
A reduction in the premium charged for insurance when no claim has been made during an agreed preceding period.
More example sentences
  • Unlike car insurance, house insurance does not apply no-claims bonuses, therefore making a claim should not affect your premium - unless you go and claim something every week.
  • We already have a law for motor insurance, requiring renewal notices and no-claims bonuses to be issued 21 days prior to the renewal date.
  • Piggybacking on parents' insurance is another way for teenagers to cut costs, but it can double the parents' premium, and young drivers cannot accrue no-claims bonuses.

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