When you are not at-fault in an accident involving more than one car, it can be one of the most frustrating situations in life. When your car is damaged through no fault of your own, you can think to yourself, how much is this going to cost me?
As most of us know, when involved in a car accident, the at-fault party is liable for the damage caused to the not at-fault driver’s vehicle.
What most of us don’t know is, as the not at-fault driver in a car accident, you may have the right to an accident loan car where the costs are covered by the at-fault party’s insurer. Provided the not at-fault driver has the insurance details of the at-fault party, they can book an accident loan car whilst the car is repaired.
If you haven’t heard of an accident loan car company before, it’s similar to a rental car company but you don’t have to pay any upfront costs for the rental. Instead businesses like Right2Drive send the rental invoice to the at-fault party’s insurer for payment.
So even though being involved in a car accident which wasn’t your fault can be a hassle, by using an accident loan car company you can minimise the disruption to your life. If you qualify for an accident loan car with Right2Drive, you will not be liable for the rental costs provided you assist us in the recovery of costs from the at-fault party and act in accordance with the terms and conditions.
Some other benefits of applying for an accident loan car with Right2Drive, are that they provide a similar vehicle to yours, do not require a bond, and even deliver and pick up the loan car at a place convenient for you.
If you have been involved in an accident with another car and you weren’t at-fault, fill out an online application here and a member of our team will be in contact with you to discuss your application.
Things you should know: Applications for an accident loan car are subject to approval. Terms and conditions apply