Your Entitlements After A Not At-Fault Accident

A car accident can be very confusing. There is a lot going on straight after an accident. Ensuring no one is seriously injured, getting the other party’s details, taking photos of the accident scene and then knowing what to do next. Does the car need to be towed? Do you call your insurer? Do I call the smash repairer to book in repairs? There is so much happening it can be a very stressful time. One thing that can be helpful is knowing what you could be entitled to as a not at-fault driver.

Firstly, if you are not at fault in an accident and more than one car is involved, you may be entitled to an accident loan car similar to yours with the costs of the loan car covered by the at-fault party’s insurer. So, if you aren’t at-fault and the at-fault party has insurance, you could have peace of mind knowing you can get on with your life with an accident loan car.

What many people don’t know is not at-fault drivers have the right to choose their accident loan car provider. This means that you do not have to settle for mediocre service. Right2Drive offer a service that includes delivery and pick-up at a convenient location for you, we also provide a vehicle similar to your own. Our aim at Right2Drive is to reduce the hassle and inconvenience of not at-fault drivers at a very stressful time in their lives by getting them back on the road fast.

So if you are not at-fault in an accident and more than one car is involved, fill out an online application here.

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Things you should know: Applications for an accident loan car are subject to approval. Terms and conditions apply.

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

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