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Insurance Cert question
#1
Hi lads, taking a minute out from shoe shopping and making tea to lob a quick question at ye

Renewed my car insurance, got the option to print documents myself or have them sent out. Opted for sent by post. Post arrives and a cheap shitty non watermarked or perforated offerance has arrived. Has policy changed where certs are no longer printed on specialised paper.......have a feeling I will stopped at checkpoint with this yoke as even the graphics are blurry as feck. It's with RSA through 123.ie.

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#2
Seems odd, I was given the option to print the policy myself but the cert had to be posted for the obvious reasons as you mentioned
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#3
Yep got the exact same. Looked as if it was photocopied on recycled toilet paper.
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#4
A number of companies have been doing this lately most of them do not comply with the insurance disc regulations, ring them up and tell them you want a proper one that complies with the regs


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#5
@Vidar technically it complies with all the regs as there is no mention of paper quality or watermarkings.

"4. (1) Every insurance disc shall be in the shape of a rectangle which when it is exhibited on a vehicle, shall have a horizontal measurement of not less than 85mm and not more than 95mm and a vertical measurement of not less than 70mm and not more than 80mm.

(2) Every insurance disc shall be of paper with a white background and with a green band not less than 8mm wide and not more than 12mm wide extending along and left hand side"

It's very bad form to issue them without agreeing something with AGS.
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#6
Private companies only enter agreements with ags when it's for them and ags never argue or look for anything in return.

Obtaining CCTV from banks for example. They report fraud to us, they make it very difficult to get CCTV and we agree to it even though data commissioner has said we don't require anything in writing.

Few seized systems would soften their cough but no, can't upset the 'stakeholders'
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