If your auto windscreen has been damaged as a result of an accident, we can help you get the glass replaced and your vehicle repaired without making a claim on your own insurance policy. Call 02392 484 244 for free help and advice.
Not everyone is fortunate enough to have free glass or windscreen replacement as part of their insurance policy. If this is case we may be able to help you get your auto windscreen repaired if the damage was the result of an accident that was not your fault.
We and our partners help thousands people every year get the repairs that they need and provide them with a like-for-like replacement vehicle to use whilst the repairs are taking place.
If you were not responsible for the accident that caused the damage, we and our partners can provide these services for you and recover the costs directly from the insurer of the at-fault party.
In the majority of cases this also means that there is an alternative to a claim on your own insurance policy and so you will not have to pay the excess.
What else can you do for me?
We have established a nationwide network of approved accident repair centres to get the best repairs possible for our customers.
All your repairs are fully guaranteed, so you can be confident that your repairs will be carried out to a high standard.
If you need a replacement vehicle to use if yours is un-roadworthy, we can deliver a like-for-like replacement to your home or place of work, typically within 3 hours of accepting your claim.
Legal assistance is also available should you require it. The solicitors we work with can help you with issues such as lost earnings, accident related expenses, recovery costs and compensation claims.
If you have any questions or queries regarding a recent accident, simply call 02392 484 244 and we 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.