IF your vehicle is involved in an accident and has to go in for repairs, the last thing you need to worry about is organising alternative transport while your car is off the road.
Fully comprehensive car insurance with Línea Directa guarantees a free courtesy car after an accident, for an unlimited period of time, until your car is back on the road.
To qualify, policyholders need to take out additional Replacement Car Cover and ensure that the vehicle is repaired in one of their approved national network of authorised repairers.
This includes free pick-up and drop-off of the vehicle and they guarantee original manufacturer replacement parts.
With a fleet of nearly 1,000 Audi A1 courtesy cars, Línea Directa is already helping to keep its customers on the move. Following a claim, here is what one customer has said about this new and enhanced service:
“I am very impressed with Linea Directa in this instance.
“They have since updated their courtesy car, I noticed. The car that was allocated to me in this instance is an Audi A1, with Línea Directa livery displayed on the doors.
“The car, I think, had done only 350 kms, so was brand new!
“Thank you and the company for your help and understanding in this matter.”
If you would like to contact Linea Directa please call 902 123 220 or visit www.lineadirecta.com.
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