We offer 3 levels of breakdown cover – National Cover, National Plus Doorstep, and National Plus Doorstep & European. You can see the full policy wording when you get a quote online.
Help Tag: Cover
You can buy breakdown cover when you first buy your policy or when you renew.
You can add breakdown cover by selecting it as part of the Extras when you buy your policy – you can do this either online at www.drivelikeagirl.com or by phone on 0330 022 0200.
Our breakdown cover is provided by Intana Assistance.
No, your excess does not apply to handbag cover.
Misfueling cover is included in drive like a girl policies – it means we will pay up to £250 to clean the fuel system and other associated parts of your car if it is filled with the wrong fuel.
No, your excess does not apply to misfueling cover.
Yes – you will be insured to drive your car from the date your policy starts. Once the black box is fitted we will begin collecting driving data.
However, we reserve the right to cancel the policy if we have been unable to fit the black box within 14 days from the date that you took out your insurance. Please see your policy documents for more details.
Unfortunately we do not have the option of providing temporary vehicle cover.
Please note: there is a £90 fee if you change your car. Fees will be subject to Insurance Premium Tax where applicable.
Our normal Social Domestic and Pleasure cover includes travel/commuting to and from your normal place of work or study and any voluntary work. You can also add business use and/or commercial travelling for the policy holder and any specified named driver onto your policy. This will cover the policyholder and any specified named driver whilst using the car in connection with their business and/or commercial travelling. We do not provide cover for the carriage of passengers or goods (e.g. deliveries) for hire or reward, racing, pacemaking, speed testing or trials, motor rallies or trails, reliability testing or trials or competitions (other than treasure hunts) or for any use in connection with the Motor Trade (other than by a member of the Motor Trade for the purposes of overhaul, upkeep or repair).