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How can I amend my policy details before I renew?

You can use your My Account to change or amend your details and add cover to your policy before you renew it.

Simply go to www.generalaccident.com and log into your My Account.

If your policy is set to automatically renew, then you'll need to click on the Amend and renew link within "Notifications" section. You can then review and change your policy.

If your policy is not set to automatically renew, then click the Amend and renew link within "Notifications" section followed by I want to review my policy details first button.

Here you'll be able to amend your car and drivers, payment details, excess and add cover options.

There are a few changes you can't do online, though. Please click here for our FAQ on changes you can’t make online.

During your policy renewal period, we'll give you telephone support for 28 days before your renewal date. Please check your documentation for the correct number to call and have your policy number ready so we can help you with the following:

  • Answer questions about your renewal price – please note that we can’t change your renewal premium
  • Explain how changes you’ve made to your cover may affect your premium
  • And of course, renew your policy
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