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10-02-2019, 16:03   #16
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You think that's bad, try driving with an older car. Full Irish license, 9 years without a claim, no accidents, convictions or penalty points. Ever. Cannot get a quote from most companies, the insurance I have is nearly 1400. Can't even get a quote from XSdirect ...

In answer to the OPs question, you probably don't need to worry about your insurance. My policy and likely others carries a condition worded something like "The Insured, where the Insured has a full driving license, or where the Insured having held such a license, is not disqualified by law from driving." So you should be explicitly covered for driving on an expired full driving license. Still you need to get that license renewed ASAP.

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10-02-2019, 16:09   #17
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Originally Posted by Duffryman View Post
I see your six years and raise you 30.....
Chap I knew in his 60’s stopped for drink driving.
Turned out he never ever had a license and any time stopped showed his brothers.

Imagine, he lived through a time when all you had to do was apply for a licence and you got a full one on tie post - yet he didn’t bother.
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