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Gap Insurance For your Hyundai


As a Hyundai owner, have you considered which Gap Insurance would be best for your vehicle and why protecting it with a Total Loss policy could save you money in the long run? Gap insurance is nothing new; it has been around since the 1980s. It is a tried-and-tested policy. If your Hyundai is written off, your Gap insurance policy ensures you are not left financially out of pocket or potentially paying for a vehicle you no longer have.


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Why do you need Gap insurance if you have motor insurance?


Cars lose value over time. The number of miles you travel and the length of time you own your vehicle means that, over time, your new Hyundai may be worth a fraction of the cost you originally paid. This drop in value is not something to be concerned about; instead, it is a standard, natural cost of motoring. That is unless your Hyunadi is written off. Then, the speed and level at which your car has lost value can be a significant issue.


After all, without a form of Gap insurance, the only amount that you will have to be able to buy another car and or clear any finance will be your motor insurance company's settlement. Gap Insurance can help ensure that you will not have to deal with the financial implications if the worst happens and your vehicle is written off.


After all, we can not stop your Hyundai from being stolen, and we definitely can not prevent you from being in an accident. We can, however, make sure that the financial aspects are one less thing to worry about.


Which level of gap insurance is best for you will depend on 

  • How much did your Hyundai cost?
  • How long are you hoping to keep your car?
  • How did you pay for your vehicle?
  • What will you be using your car for?
  • What is the age and mileage of your vehicle?

Each level of gap insurance has different benefits. To find out which level of cover is best for you, why not click or call for an instant quote?


Why do you need to know about Hyundai before I can get a gap insurance quotation?

Each level of coverage, such as contract hire gap insurance, has its own set of eligibility criteria. We want to ensure that you can truly benefit from the policy we offer. For instance, if you've paid cash for your Hyundai, we wouldn't propose a contract hire gap insurance policy, as this is typically for those who have leased their vehicle. As a cash buyer would have no finance outstanding, you would never be able to benefit from any claim they made.


Do you cover anyone who drives my car?

Yes, we do cover other drivers. Your gap insurance policy extends to any driver listed on your fully comprehensive motor insurance who is over 18 and has a full UK licence.


What are the benefits of gap Insurance for my Hyundai?

The primary advantage of having a gap insurance policy for your Hyundai is the peace of mind it brings. With this policy, you are not financially disadvantaged if your car is declared a total loss.


Why choose Total Loss Gap Insurance to protect your Hyundai?

  • Our Total Loss Gap Insurance policy offers a thirty-day cooling-off period, giving you the flexibility to change your mind. If you haven't made a claim during this period, you can cancel and receive a complete refund. 
  • No mileage restrictions: This applies to the miles you cover after your policy is in place.
  • No Payout claim limit: If your Hyundai costs less than seventy-five thousand pounds, your gap insurance is as big or as small as necessary to ensure that you are fully protected.
  • Trading Standards: How your claim is calculated, handled and settled in trading standards approved.
  • Our coverage extends beyond the UK. You are protected in any other EU member state, provided your own motor insurance company also covers you. This comprehensive coverage ensures your peace of mind wherever you drive.


How much does Gap Insurance for your Hyundai cost?

This will depend on how much your Hyundai costs to buy, which level of coverage you want, and how long you want protection. With a three-year return to invoice, gap insurance for a vehicle up to £24000 costing less than £81.00, why not click or call and see just what value for money a Total Loss Gap Insurance for your Hyundai can be?


We can also offer other levels of protection for your Hyundai.

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Want to know more about Hyundai? 


Initially, the company focused on construction projects and was known as Hyundai Engineering and Construction. However, in the 1970s, Hyundai expanded into various industries, including shipbuilding and the automotive industry.


Hyundai's first car, the Cortina, was released in collaboration with Ford in 1968. However, the company's true breakthrough came in 1975 with the release of the Hyundai Pony, which was Hyundai's first independently designed and manufactured car.


Over the years, Hyundai has continued to innovate and expand, releasing many successful car models, including but not limited to the Bayon, Tucson, i10, i20, i30, and Kona, as well as the ever-popular Santa Fe. In recent years, the company has also invested heavily in electric and autonomous vehicle technology with models such as the Ioniq 5 and Ioniq 6. They have also explored Hydrogen vehicles with the release of the Nexo.


Today, Hyundai is one of the world's largest automobile manufacturers. Hyundai is committed to sustainability and has set ambitious targets to lower its carbon footprint while increasing the use of renewable energy sources.