What’s this all about?
GAP insurance is available for new and used vehicles and offers protection against a financial shortfall in the event your vehicle is written off, whether it is on finance, lease or owned outright.
Your motor insurer’s total loss settlement figure may not be enough to settle the outstanding finance on your vehicle, which could leave you with a significant shortfall. GAP insurance can clear this outstanding finance or return you to your original invoice price of your vehicle.
Dealers will always offer GAP insurance with the vehicle, but they have to provide you with a 4 day deferment before they can conclude the GAP sale to allow customers time to shop around.
The GAP insurance we offer is not an add-on and not subject to the same rules. We can offer GAP the same day the vehicle is purchased and generally far less premium and only attracting a tax rate of 10% IPT instead of 20% for a dealer product!
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We are Personal and Commercial Insurance Brokers based in Newquay covering the whole of Cornwall and the UK
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