At Right2Drive, we believe that every rider in Australia deserves the same rights as car owners when it comes to being involved in a not at fault accident. That’s why we’ve just launched our new accident replacement service for motorcycle riders.
The announcement of this exciting new service was made by unveiling our sponsorship of Aussie Superbike star Remy Gardner. Remy has been riding bikes for around two decades and is the son of 1987 World 500cc Motorcycle Champion Wayne Gardner.
As someone who has been riding on two wheels for 20 years, I’m a firm believer in motorcyclists having the same options as those who drive with four when it comes to a replacement vehicle after an accident. I am thrilled that Right2Drive and James have stepped forward and are supporting the motorcycle community and I am proud to support this great Aussie business.
What Are You Entitled To After A Not At Fault Accident?
The results of a recent survey we conducted show that 74% of consumers are unaware of their legal right to a like to like vehicle after being involved in a not at fault car accident. With around a million registered riders in Australia, they deserve the same rights as drivers when it comes to not at fault accidents that can leave them stranded without a way to get around for a long time.
How Can Right2Drive Assist Me After A Motorcycle Accident that Wasn’t My Fault?
We exist to ensure that you get what they are legally entitled to after a not at fault accident – a replacement vehicle, delivered to you at your convenience, and available for as long as you need while your bike gets repaired.
As Australia’s leading accident loan car provider, we’ve helped over 250,000 drivers to get back on the road in a like for like vehicle after an accident that wasn’t their fault. We’re thrilled to be moving into the accident replacement motorcycle space to assist even more people after they’ve been involved in a not at fault accident.
We hope that through our sponsorship of Remy Gardner, we’ll be able to make more riders aware of what they’re legally entitled to after a not at fault accident.