A Vehicle Replacement policy is slightly different, rather than returning you back to the original purchase price you have paid, instead will return you back to the replacement cost of the same 'like for like' vehicle, as this is likely to be more expensive.
TotalLossGap.co.uk is one of four brands owned and operated by Aequitas Automotive Ltd. Each brand we own and operate will specialise in different policy options and offer different abilities and features. Currently, you will be unable to obtain a quotation for a Motorbike on totallossgap.co.uk, however, we can confirm that this is now an option available on Shortfall.co.uk.
March 2018 sees record sale figures for Alloy Wheel, Tyre and Scratch and Dent Insurance products for Total Loss Gap
Ever wondered how diamond or laser cut alloy wheels are repaired? Diamond and laser cut finishes can be a little more complicated.
a number of manufacturers have introduced a scrappage scheme designed to encourage you to trade in your car for a brand new or nearly new offering.
As you may or may not be aware, the new car sales market is in decline and has been for the previous six months compared to the same period of last year. There are a number of factors contributing to the decrease in sales, such as the increase in PCP sales and also the decline in popularity for diesel models.
You may have looked around at other online suppliers and found that you have had no luck when trying to purchase a form of cosmetic repair insurance for your lease car. Look no further. At Total Loss Gap you can purchase a Scratch & Dent Insurance policy for your lease vehicle providing you fit the select criteria.
The luxury car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz have been dealt a huge blow in having to recall a whopping 400,000 models.
Consumer Champion Which? have recently updated their Gap Insurance price comparison, which now illustrates Total Loss Gap as being the best priced supplier for the policy type, Combined Vehicle Replacement Gap Insurance in the UK.
With manufacturers spending millions on the structure and safety element of vehicles, why is it becoming more common for a brand new vehicle to be declared a total loss?