At drive like a girl we encourage and reward safe driving – if you ‘drive like a girl’ you could earn money back after 3 months. While we will not fine you or increase your premium if you drive dangerously, please be aware that this could prevent you from getting a drive like a girl discount and may mean that you are not entitled to a further premium reduction when you renew.
Help Category: The in-tele-box
Please contact us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 0330 022 0200 and we will be happy to discuss this with you. You can see all your driving information, including your drive like a girl score and your ratings for individual journeys, by logging into Your Portal.
That’s fine – it can remain in place. If necessary we can fit the in-tele-box somewhere else within your car.
The in-tele-box is fitted by a trained engineer from our partner company, RS Fleet Installations.
No, as long as someone is able to give the fitter access to your car that is fine.
Unfortunately not – our policies require that an in-tele-box is fitted to your car, which can be done anywhere in mainland Britain, but not as yet in Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, the Isle of Wight or the Scottish Islands.
Yes you are insured from the moment the policy starts and you do not have to wait for the box to be fitted. However you must have a box fitted within 14 days of purchasing the policy, otherwise your policy will be cancelled.
No – the box can be fitted at a place of your choosing throughout the UK (except Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, the Isle of Wight and the Scottish Islands). It needs to be a safe place for the fitter to work, but a relatively quiet road or open-air car park will normally be suitable.
Please call the installations team on 0121 332 1220.
The in-tele-box has a built in theft tracking device that allows us to try to locate your car quickly in the event of it being stolen. It can also alert us if data indicates a possible accident – if we think it is appropriate we may then try to contact the emergency services.