You may not know it but each and every policy you buy from life insurance to house insurance and shortfall gap insurance a proportion of it will be tax...
There are only a few types of insurance that are compulsory in the UK. The most common of which is motor insurance, and it is a legal requirement to have at least 3rd party cover in order to drive on the roads.
As part of any vehicle purchase from a motor dealer, there is a process that the sales staff will follow. This will include the offer of dealer finance packages, a range of manufacturer and dealer accessories and also a number of 'protection' products
Tyre Insurance is one of the newest types of insurance products offered by motor dealers in the last few years. Often the likes of Shortfall Gap Insurance, SMART Dent and Scratch cover and Tyre Insurance are joined together in a form of 'protection pack'.
If you are buying a car on a form of contract hire where you can never own the car at he end of the period why do you need to think about protecting your car with a form of contract hire gap insurance?
With so many different suppliers of gap insurance and supplementary insurance why should you choose Shortfall. What makes our policies different from others and why should Shortfall be your first choice?
What is gap insurance and why should you think about protecting yourself with a level of cover? Did you know that an estimated 600,000 vehicles are written off in the UK each year? Did you know that without any protection you will have to deal with any financial ramifications on your own?
March is also a bumper time for used car sales! Most of us would think of March as being dominated by new car sales and it is true the proportion of new cars sold verses used cars is much higher.
What are the advantages of buying gap insurance and supplementary insurance direct for a supplier instead of your dealership? Is the difference just the price or are there other benefits?
As the crossover market begins to build up and congest, the Nissan Qashqai begins to suffer in terms of sales and yet Renault plan to capitalise on the downfall.