What do I need to tell my insurance provider?
In a nutshell, everything they ask you when you get a quote. The information you enter in the quote form is used by the provider to calculate your premium and cover they can offer you. It's just important to be honest during the process.
If you knowingly give your insurance provider wrong or incomplete information, they could refuse to pay your claim and invalidate your policy, which could make it harder and more costly to get insurance in the future.
You'll also need to tell your insurance provider if your situation changes – for example if you move to a new house or buy a new car.
See more on how to avoid invalidating your insurance policy.