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Shortfall Gap Insurance for your Porsche

What makes Shortfall Insurance stand out from the crowd of other providers when protecting your Porsche?

In the unfortunate event of your Porsche being written off or stolen, your Gap Insurance will top up your comprehensive motor insurers settlement payment (which will always be based on your Porsche's valuation on the day it is written off) and depending on the type of cover you chose, either return you back to the original invoice price you paid, pay you the replacement cost of your Porsche or pay the total amount you have outstanding on your finance agreement.

We can cover vehicles up to £150,000 for up to 4 Years. For full terms and conditions please see your policy documents

What our policy holders and Porsche Owners are saying about us?

Tyre Damage Insurance


Mr Steven Totman

Combined Vehicle Replacement


Mr Steven Totman

Combined Vehicle Replacement

"Excellent site explained things really clearly and concise."

Mrs Joanna Cullimore

Combined Vehicle Replacement


Mrs Josephine Piers

Motorbike Return to Invoice


Mr Tim O'Connell

Taxi Vehicle Replacement


Mr Kevin Heaney

Driving School Return to Invoice


Miss Emma Moss

Alloy Wheel Insurance

"Great price"

Mr Kevin Todd

Excess Protection

"This was a renewal of an existing policy; there was no "renewal" button to make the process quicker, i.e. I had to enter all my details, personal and car, instead of you getting my existing policy up, and me then making any changes!"

Mr William Kendall Hall

Scratch & Dent Insurance



Combined Return to Invoice

"Very easy to set up and very competitive rates! "

Mr Andrew Yeates

Run Flat Tyre & Alloy Insurance

"Very polite and couldn't have been more helpful when I rang just to see what the service was like before signing up. The signing up itself was very easy to complete."

Mr Tim Pickthall

History of Porsche

Porsche Automobil Holding SE is a German automobile manufacturer, which was founded in 1948. The history of Porsche dates back to its founder and avid car enthusiast Ferdinand Porsche, who was a well-known figure in the European automobile industry. Ferdinand was well respected throughout Germany and was commissioned by the German Government, under Adolf Hitler to design an affordable, family car for the Germany people. He worked with fellow automaker, Volkswagen to form the Volkswagen Beetle, which is one of the most successful car designs of all time.

During the Second World War, Ferdinand continued to work in partnership with Volkswagen, and both were heavily involved in the process of designing and manufacturing tanks for the German war effort, most notably the infamous Tiger Tank. In 1945, the British occupation took over Volkswagen and Mr Ferdinand, who was a senior manager was removed from his post and later arrested for war crimes. He wassent to jail in France for 20 months. Ferdinand’s son, Ferry Porsche took over the company and would successfully prevent the company from entering bankruptcy.

The first car to bear the Porsche name was the 356 model in 1948, which would be the company's founding year. The 356 was also actually built in Austria. In 1953, the 550 Spyder model was introduced to compete against the likes of Ferrari, Jaguar, Maserati and Aston Martin. In 1956, the company built its 10,000th car, which was amazing considering the company was only eight years old. This was increased to one million in 1996.

However it was not until 12 years after his father’s death, when Ferry Porsche would introduce the, well known, successful 911 model in 1964.The company logo of Porsche is based on the coat of arms of the Free People’s State of Wurttemberg, which is part of the Stuttgart region.