An insurance company has denied it threatened to void a vicar's policy after she adorned her car with religious stickers.
The stickers, which read “Christ must be Saviour” and “Christ for me,” apparently counted as a modification to the vehicle.
Rev Wena Parry from Neath Port Talbot in South Wales says she was discriminated against by her insurance company, Age UK, because of her beliefs, reports The Independent.
Age UK denied that religion was a factor in the decision. A spokeswoman for the organisation, said: “The situation regarding Rev Parry’s claim was in no way related to the Christian nature of her graphics.
"Our insurer concluded that our request to declare all modifications was not made clear enough to Rev Parry and therefore she did not know which vehicle enhancements should have been declared.”
“Every opportunity I have I want to tell people about Jesus. I reckon there must at least a million people who have read the texts on my car,” Rev Parry said.
Age UK’s spokeswoman said: “While all car owners have the right to self-expression and place whatever they wish on their cars, we would urge all drivers to make their insurance providers aware of any graphics applied to their cars.”