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Anyone with an Asda car insurance policy would quite rightly want to contact their insurer to get their vehicle repaired after an accident. However not everyone is aware that claims for accidents that are not your fault, can also be dealt with independently of your insurer - and for good reasons.
Do you have an excess on your policy? Then the chances are you will have to find the money to pay it before any repairs are carried out on your car.
To get your car repaired – now, and without having to pay your excess, then like thousands of people every year, you should contact Car Call UK.
If you have had an accident that was not your fault, Car Call UK and its partners will arrange your repairs and your hire-car - without a claim on your insurance policy. Consequently, you have no excess to pay and your no-claims bonus should stay protected.
We and our partners specialise in helping drivers independently of their insurers.
If your car is unroadworthy, we will be able to offer you a like-for-like replacement hire-car for you to use whilst yours is off the road.
If a total loss, you can keep your hire-car for up to 7 days after you receive your settlement cheque.
Your car is repaired at an approved accident repair centre we recommend for you, or at a garage of your own choice.
If you need legal assistance, our partner solicitors can help you resolve issues that may have arisen as a result of your accident.
For any further help and advice, please call us on 0330 058 1704 and our UK based claims team will be happy to help.
Any policyholder can use this service, and it is your legal right to choose who repairs your vehicle. All assistance offered and information given on this page is provided by Car Call UK and its partners , no association or affiliation to any particular insurer is intended in any way, and your statutory rights are unaffected.