Why get members’ GAP insurance through Wesleyan?
If your new car was damaged or written off in an accident, would your current car insurance cover all the costs? Members get 20% off insurance that covers outstanding payments on your car’s finance agreement, plus a hire car for 28 days if you need it.
- Exclusive discount for Wesleyan members
- Great for new cars and nearly new cars
- Cover for vehicles up to the value of £150,000
- Select your claims limit between £5,000 and £50,000
- If you sell your car without making a claim, you can switch your cover to a new car
How it works
When you’re driving away from the dealership in your new car, the last thing you want to think about is how it’ll depreciate in value. Unfortunately for most new car owners, your motor goes down in price the moment you get in the driver’s seat.
Because of that, regular car insurance may not cover you for the full ‘new’ value of your car.
GAP insurance protects the value of your car by covering any difference between your insurance pay out and either the amount you paid that appears on the dealers sales invoice, or the amount you have outstanding on your finance agreement, whichever is greater.
And as a Wesleyan member, you can get your cover for less, with 20% off.
Wesleyan Financial Services is a broker, offering comprehensive GAP insurance provided by Sparta.
Maximum vehicle value up to £150,000
The value of your vehicle will need to be agreed by Glasses Guide and confirmed by your insurer. You’ll then get a maximum benefit claim of £50,000.
Help when you’re without a car
We’ll provide a hire car for up to 28 days while you wait for the settlement of your motor insurance.
Contract hire and lease
However you purchased your vehicle, we’ll provide cover to make sure you’re always fully protected.
Transferrable to replacement vehicle
You can transfer your insurance to a new vehicle if you sell yours. As long as you haven’t made a claim for your current car.
90 days cover in European Union
If you make a claim that happens overseas, you’ll be covered for up to 90 days a year.
What’s not covered?
While GAP insurance is designed to add an extra level of cover to your car, it doesn’t insure you for everything. Here’s what GAP insurance doesn’t cover:
Cars over the value of £150,000
If you have a car worth more than £150,000, you won’t be covered under GAP insurance.
Non-dealer fitted parts or accessories
Only manufacturer approved parts fitted pre-purchase by the selling franchise dealership will be covered by the GAP policy.
Paying out more than the shortfall
GAP insurance is designed to cover the difference between your insurance payout and the full value of your car. It won’t pay out anything more.
Am I eligible for GAP insurance?
You can take out GAP insurance from Wesleyan Financial Services as long as:
- You’ve purchased a policy within 180 days of taking ownership of a vehicle (from a VAT Registered Dealership or online car dealership). For vehicles falling outside this requirement an Agreed Value will apply. Only vehicles whose value is £7500 or greater at the time of purchase are eligible for GAP cover.
- Your invoice selling price doesn’t exceed £150,000
Your vehicle won’t be covered if you use it for any of the following purposes:
- Competitions or rallies, track days, racing, pace making, speed testing, reliability trials or off-road use
- Carriage of goods or passengers for hire or reward or solely for delivery or courier purposes
- Driving tuition (unless specifically agreed by the insurer)
- Short-term self-drive hire
You’re not eligible for cover under this policy if your vehicle is:
- A taxi, driving school vehicle, chauffeur or courier vehicle (other than where the insurer has specifically agreed to cover such vehicles at an additional premium)
- A kit car, invalid carriage or a commercial vehicle in excess of 3,500kg gross vehicle weight
- An American, Australian or Canadian vehicle which is not built for the UK market
GAP insurance is underwritten by Sparta. Limits, exclusions and charges do apply.
Full terms and conditions of the policy and cover, including the policy benefits and exclusions, will be contained in the Policy Wording and Policy Summary. Risk must be acceptable to underwriters at normal term.
Before you apply for GAP Insurance, you might want to read these documents: