There was some minor damage to the other car. At least the front air intake grid was deformed or so.
Yes, I think you are right. I do have to notify the insurance agency and it should not be too late. Quoting the policy:These Conditions Apply to the Whole PolicyA You or your legal representatives shall:(i) give us notice in writing as soon as reasonably possible of any accident, injury, loss or damage and send to us every letter or other information in your possession without delay
Here is the full policy, for reference:
I was working on filling out the application form for the insurance agency and noted that my EU driving license is expired. I am wondering what impact can it have on the report to the insurance agency.
Also if I request a new license in the UK it will take up to 3 weeks to get it by mail or I can travel back to my home country to order it there which can take a week, so I am wondering which approach is better and what is better to put on the insurance form.