In recent weeks the staff at Gap Car Insurance have experienced an increase in queries about the service,
(PRWEB UK) 30 July 2012
The area of GAP insurance (or guaranteed asset protection) is one often misunderstood. In recent weeks the staff at Gap Car Insurance have experienced an increase in queries about the service, and to reply to these questions have announced five ways in which GAP cover differs to popular public opinion. One member of the team offers their thoughts on the subject.
“Many people are still not aware of the benefits of taking out gap insurance and even those who are may be surprised by some of its advantages. To know whether this type of cover is suitable for you, and in order to find the best deals, it is essential to know a little more about the topic which is why we’ve put together a few pointers.”
- Many people wrongly assume that their current comprehensive motor insurance will cover them should their vehicle be involved in an accident or fall victim to theft or vandalism. Unfortunately this is not usually the case. Most firms will only cover for the current market value of the vehicle and with this value depreciating at an alarming rate, the option of GAP insurance can seem like a very sensible one.
- Although most popular amongst car drivers, GAP cover is available for a wide variety of vehicles including vans, motorbikes, taxis and even mobile homes. As the option becomes increasingly popular, firms are eager to cater for a wider insurance, so even those looking to cover a less popular choice would be well advised to look into this service.
- Car theft and vandalism accounts for a third of all UK crime, so it would appear that the threat of facing financial burden could be more imminent than first thought for a lot of drivers.
Gap Car Insurance was established with an aim to allow customers to browse gap car insurance prices quickly and efficiently. The trusted and approved agency offers instant quotes, directly to the customer, from hundreds of companies across the country.