Car Insurance Nightmares
Car insurance these days can be a tricky business. Often you think you’re well covered, only to find out that in fact you are not, and when do you always find out such important information? That’s right, just when you need it, after an accident or other mishap, the only way to be sure you’re properly covered is to read your policy from cover to cover.
It goes without saying there are good and bad apples out there all waiting to give you the best deal possible on your car insurance, but price says nothing of the quality of service you will receive when you actually need to make a claim against your policy.
Of course there are many larger insurance companies who rely on their reputations to succeed, companies such as Aviva or Direct Line for example have good solid reputations and invariably you will receive a top service from such companies.
On the other hand there are many smaller (and not so small) insurance companies that will cause you all manner of problems when you want to make a claim. Small details in their policies will get them off the hook and leave you holding the bill, and having paid for completely useless car insurance.
So the key to avoiding such problems is to do your homework, ask the insurer for a copy of the policy that you will be covered by. Check online to see what other peoples expereince is of using the company you are thinking of using, maybe you’ll turn up a gem of a company in your local vacinity that has a great repulation, on the other hand looking for reviews online can help you avoid the real cowboys to.
The bottom line is, be aware of what your policy covers, and make sure that when you need to make use of it, that it will cover you for what you believe it does, and has no loop-holes in it to let the insurer get away without paying out.
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