Some of the reasons you will not be eligible include:
Please call our team on 1300 100 121 to find out about your eligibility.
Yes, if you’re not at fault in an accident with another vehicle, the business has a legal right to be put back into the position it was prior to the accident. This means that the business may be legally entitled to an accident loan car whilst the car is being repaired, or until it is deemed a total loss.
To find out if you are eligible for a Right2Drive loan car, you can complete our online eligibility questionnaire here.
|Drivers are required to hold a current and valid learner, provisional, or full Australian driver’s licence. Please note: Learner or Provisional licence holders are subject to our prior approval.|
You will also be required to satisfy criteria in respect to insurance, driving record and physical & mental capacity, as detailed in the agreement.
Fill out an application here.
Unfortunately, if you’re aware the at fault driver does not have insurance, in this instance, we won’t be able to help you with an accident replacement vehicle. Please get in touch with your own insurer for assistance. In some circumstances, we will pursue the at fault driver who is liable for damages. If the at fault driver is not insured, our team will discuss this with you and assist you through the process. However, it may limit the extent of the support we are able to provide.
It is important in any accident to ensure you get the details of the other driver, regardless of fault, including car registration and insurance information.
Unfortunately, without these details we are unable to assist, as the cost of the accident loan car is recovered through the at fault party or their insurer.
Although we specialise in accident loan cars for not at fault motorists, we can recommend our partners at East Coast Car Rentals for great value car hire.