What is GAP Insurance?
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If your vehicle is written off or stolen the amount you get back from your insurance company is likely to be a lot less than the amount you paid for the vehicle. If you have used vehicle finance, the amount you get back could also be less than the money you still owe, leaving you with a painful financial gap.

At InsuretheGap.com we have a range of products to suit the needs of different motorists, giving peace of mind that should the worst happen you’re not left out of pocket. Our policies are designed to provide GAP insurance for cars, vans and motorbikes and provide protection whether you’re using vehicle finance or not.

When you get a quote, our website will help filter the appropriate products for you based on the answers you provide, but you can familiarise yourself in advance with all of the options available within this section of the site.

Combined Total Loss GAP

Combined Total Loss GAP Insurance pays the gap between your insurance settlement and what you paid for your vehicle, or your outstanding finance balance.

Return to Invoice GAP

Our Return to Invoice GAP Insurance pays the gap between what you paid for your vehicle and your motor insurance settlement. Get an instant quote today!

Vehicle Finance GAP

If a large proportion of your vehicle is funded by finance you could end up owing the finance company more than your insurance settlement. This policy covers the GAP.

Vehicle Replacement GAP

Our Vehicle Replacement GAP Insurance pays the gap between your insurance settlement and what it would cost to replace your car on a like-for-like basis.

Total Loss Assistance GAP

This is an optional upgrade which is available alongside the purchase of a GAP insurance policy through InsuretheGap.com. Total Loss Assistance is designed to pay customers a fixed benefit amount in the event that they suffer a total loss on their purchased vehicle and protects against some of the additional out of pocket expenses associated with the inconvenience of having a vehicle written off or stolen.