As the crisis continues many insurers are now taking a more flexible approach to terms & conditions around vehicle use and cover during these very strange and uncertain times. Examples of their flexibility as follows;
A reduction to “laid-up, fire & theft only” cover
Additional business use, at no extra cost, for key-workers no longer wanting to use public transport
Guaranteed replacement cars for key-workers involved in accidents
Allowing fleet operators to remove “SORN” vehicles
Upgraded cover at no additional cost for volunteers delivering medicine and groceries
A flexible approach to monthly payments
These are a selection of initiatives from various insurers and is subject to review on a case-by-case basis, please always refer to your own insurance policy in the first instance.
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