Celebrating 10 Years of Getting Not At Fault Drivers Back On The Road

In 2012 when Right2Drive was first launched in New South Wales, our vision was to help get drivers back on the road after they’d been in an accident that wasn’t their fault. We quickly realised that people across the country would benefit from our services and so, in 2015, Right2Drive opened our first interstate branch in Queensland. During the same year, we also moved into Victoria and Western Australia. But our growth didn’t stop there, and in the same period we expanded into New Zealand, followed by South Australia in 2016. To date, we’re thrilled to offer our services to not at fault drivers across Australia and New Zealand, with 27 branches and counting.

At Right2Drive, our company is built on our commitment to providing exceptional customer service. In fact, over the last decade, we’ve helped over 250,000 Australian and Kiwi drivers who were not at fault to get back on the road in our like-for-like replacement vehicles.

Our diverse fleet is always growing so that we can put not at fault drivers back into the position they were in before they had their accident. We even added trade vehicles to our fleet in 2013 to make sure that drivers who need their vehicle for work can keep on making a living.

Since customer satisfaction is our driving force, we’re proud of our 4.8-star rating on productreview.com, where our highly trained and passionate team are recognised for the outstanding service that they deliver.

We’ve also been partnering with Uber since 2019 to be able to offer our customers a safe way to get home if they’ve been in an accident late at night. This solution forms part of our dedication to keep people moving when they’ve been in a not at fault car accident.

As we look back over the past decade, we’re proud of all that we’ve achieved and are excited by the growth possibilities for the next decade.

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Legal Right To Pre-Accident State

Protecting not at fault drivers' rights to a like-for-like accident replacement vehicle.