The car insurance saga for us is over, many thanks to those that provided information on here that helped us a great deal. For anyone looking at this in the future it seems AIG do put the information on ANIA (Italian database the insurance company will use to verify your no claims), but they do NOT put on the actual CU value. So when looked at by any of the insurers it shows 0 (zero) – a big problem we were told. However it turned out it was not such a big problem and the insurance agency at the ACI in Piane (for those living near there, they were very helpful) got it sorted. Even better news was the fact that like others we found the cost was around 30% cheaper than AIG. The documents provided by AIG, in particular the Attestato di Rischio seems to be exactly the same as those used here, but has no CU value, however the supporting document has the conversion table which now I understand and it is relatively straight forward. One thing that confused us was the fact the online quote site had CU values as high as 18, so we thought that was the starting point. It’s not, 14 would be the highest entry point and you can only get up to 18 by having a claim at some point.