When can I change the policyholder?
Changing the policyholder, meaning the contract owner, between natural people, is usually done in the event that the policyholder dies, provided that the person wanting to become the new policyholder has already been included on the policy for a significant period of time. In this way, any bonuses accrued for no accidents or age will continue to be honoured.
Should the policyholder be a legal person, a change to the policyholder may be made if a business has ceased to trade and a new company exists, or when the driver declares their wish to change the policy to their own name as an individual.
In all other cases, any bonuses accrued are considered to be owned by the particular policyholder and will not be transferred to the new one.