Whilst on duty recently I was involved a job whereby a gentleman was using two names, one being his birth name and one an alias name. Not uncommon, I know.
However, this got me thinking. The gentleman's car was registered in his birth name, let's say John Smith, however the car was insured under his alias name, John Brown.
These were the only two names associated with the vehicle and we could only work out that the two names belonged to the same person because they shared the same DOB and address.
Would this gentleman be insured to drive the vehicle given then the name on the policy is not his birth name?