Anyone who runs a fleet of Taxis ensures that their vehicles are well maintained and are always available for use.
So, if one of your vehicles is involved in a non-fault accident you need to be sure that it gets repaired promptly and you have a suitable replacement in the meantime.
We independently help thousands of businesses every year, by arranging quality vehicle repairs and like-for-like replacement vehicles following non-fault collisions.
Our specialist Taxi claims management solutions
we and our partners can provide a bespoke claims management solution for your business that eliminates the need to make non-fault claims via your insurer, thus minimising your annual fleet insurance overhead.
How we can help your Taxi business: -
Full credit hire and repair facilities for your business
we and our partners can provide a like-for-like replacement plated Taxi while yours is repaired
The damage to your vehicle will be assessed by an independent automotive engineer
Repairs can be made at your preferred Accident Repair Centre
There is an alternative to a claim on your fleet insurance policy
We and our partners recover costs directly from the insurer of the Third Party
We will arrange legal assistance for loss of earnings or injury claims
Your non-fault claim will be reported for information purposes only to your insurer
We can also report fault claims to your insurer to save you time
Our comprehensive suite of services ensures that the impact on your business is kept to the minimum. You will have a dedicated account manager and our team of UK based claims advisors are always available to make sure things run smoothly.
To discuss your requirements, call 02392 484 244 and we will be happy to provide a solution for your business.
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.