Ooook, so I'm getting a little ahead of myself here as I won't be getting a car any time soon, however sooner or later the time will come where I am looking to purchase a car and of course get insurance on it. My question is, are there any insurance companies that accept motorcycle no claims discounts to reduce the price of car insurance? Other details, I want to keep the motorcycle as well most likely, so in an ideal world I want to be able to use my motorcycle NCB on my bike AND on whatever my first car is but if I have to transfer my NCB away from my bike to the car cover that's feasible if it works out cheaper in the end. Google suggests Tesco will be willing to as detailed below but specifies switched. "Yes. We recognise motorbike riders' safe driving too. No claims discount built up while riding a motorbike can be switched to a car insurance policy so the policyholder gets the discount they deserve." I have a strong feeling though that having motorcycle insurance without an NCB (but still with 4 or more years riding experience and it will only be my 125CC), combined with a 4 or so year NCB on a car will work out considerably cheaper then keeping the discount on the bike. That said it would be a dream come true if I could use 4 years NCB on both, and even if I did the above would that mean come year 2 of driving a car I'd be on a 5+ year NCB which I can carry to other insurance companies? Was going to post in the car section but I feel more bikers will have experience in the field. Thanks for any and all contributions.