Public Transport Doesn’t Have To Be The Answer After A Not At-Fault Accident

Life can take a major turn when you are involved in a car accident. “How long will I be without a car for?” “Will I be able to continue on with life as per normal?” Most often than not, the answer to this is no.

You don’t realise how important your car is to everyday life until you are without it. Majority of people who do not know about accident loan cars, feel they are stuck with using public transport whilst their car is being repaired. Having to rely on bus and train schedules can be a nightmare, and for a lot of people is just not practical.

There’s good news though for those who are not at-fault in a car accident and more than one car is involved. You could avoid being stuck without a car or having to deal with the hassles of public transport by applying for an accident loan car with Right2Drive. We provide loan cars to not at-fault drivers and recover the rental costs from the at-fault party’s insurer.

There are also other benefits you can experience by applying for a car with Right2Drive. We offer a delivery and pick-up service, provide a car similar to your own, a zero insurance excess so you can drive with peace of mind and we don’t require a bond.

So, if you find yourself in the unfortunate situation where you’re not at-fault in a car accident, Right2Drive could be the answer you’re looking for to help keep your life on track while your car is off the road. 

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Things you should know: Applications for an accident loan car are subject to approval.  You will not be required to pay for the rental costs provided you assist us in recovering the costs from the at-fault party and act in accordance to our Terms and Conditions. Your assistance in recovering rental costs may include you providing documents, giving witness statements, and in some cases, appear in court in proceedings Right2Drive commences in your name. Terms and conditions apply and are available at www.right2drive.com.au/terms-conditions

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