Few of us like to make a fuss.
We say we’re good when someone asks how we are, despite the million and one things we’re juggling frantically in day-to-day life.
When little accidents happen like a fender bender that wasn’t your fault, our first instinct can be to say ‘no worries’ as we swap insurance details with the other person and try to get on with the day.
But if you simply put your damaged car into the mechanics and resign yourself to taking the bus or the train until you get it back, you can get a new set of worries that needn’t have been created at all.
An accident replacement car is a right
If the car accident wasn’t your fault, you should know that you are entitled to a replacement courtesy car so you can carry on with your life with far less interruption compared to waiting for a train.
It’s not a fuss. It’s your right.
Taking public transport might seem like the easiest ‘no worries’ option till the damage gets repaired, but getting access to accident replacement vehicles is very straightforward and far less inconvenient than waiting for the next bus.
If the accident wasn’t your fault then the insurance company of the person who caused the accident can cover the cost of getting a like for like replacement for your car.
You can then use this vehicle until the damage to your car is repaired. It’s a simple solution to a problem that many people don’t know about.
Don’t say ‘no worries’ to a no fault accident
It’s natural to feel bad for the other person when you’re involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault. Because we all make mistakes, and you just want the situation sorted with as little fuss as possible.
But you have a right to be able to continue living your life the way you want to while the mess is being sorted out.
So instead of saying ‘no worries’ and dealing with the inconvenience of public transport, insist on an accident replacement vehicle.
That way you’ll truly have no worries.