Can I claim to replace my taxi after a non-fault accident?
We appreciate that Taxi drivers rely on the 24-hour availability of their vehicles to run their business and if you are involved in a non-fault accident and your taxi is un-driveable, you are going to need a fully equipped and plated replacement – fast.
If you have a non-fault accident in your taxi, Car Call UK and our partners can repair your vehicle and provide you with a fully equipped and plated replacement to use without a claim on your taxi insurance. This enables you to stay on the road but avoid a potentially expensive additional claim on your insurance history.
We can arrange for a suitably equipped vehicle of similar size to your own to be delivered to you typically within 3 hours of starting your claim with us. Whether you drive a saloon, people carrier or even a black cab, we can usually find the type of vehicle you need.
We and our partners recover the costs on your behalf directly from the at-fault driver’s insurer.
We will organise repairs to your taxi on a credit repair basis at one of our approved accident repair centres or at a repairer of your own choice.
Do you provide help with compensation?
If you are looking to recover lost earnings or damaged possessions, we can put you in touch with the solicitors we work with who can sort this out for you.
They can also pursue a claim for injury compensation if necessary. We always look to achieve the best possible compensation settlement for our customers.
We will notify your insurer
Your insurer will be notified for “information purposes only” as required by the terms and conditions of your policy, but they will not deal with your claim.
If you would like further information or advice regarding our taxi accident assistance, call 02392 484 244 or complete our the online form using the button below.
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.