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Telematics

  • What if someone else drives my car?
    Belongs to: Telematics , Car insurance
    The device is fitted to your car and is not able to differentiate between drivers. Therefore your driving score can be affected by other drivers who drive your car. You must inform all named drivers t...
    Last updated: 15/06/2017
  • What do I do if I change my car?
    Belongs to: Telematics , Car insurance
    If you change your car we require a new GA telematics device to be installed in your new car. You will need to notify us you are changing your car so that we can deactivate the device and arrange for...
    Last updated: 15/06/2017
  • Will the fitting of a device void my car's warranty?
    Belongs to: Telematics , Car insurance
    In the majority of cases, having a device installed will not void the warranty. If you have any doubts regarding your car warranty it’s best to check directly with the warranty provider....
    Last updated: 15/06/2017
  • What happens if I want to cancel my policy?
    Belongs to: Telematics , Car insurance
    Depending on when you cancel and how much you have already paid, the amount you will be refunded will vary. In some cases where you choose to pay by instalments, you might owe us some money. You will ...
    Last updated: 15/06/2017
  • What if the car gets stolen?
    Belongs to: Telematics , Car insurance
    Installing a device is the equivalent of having a tracker in your car. If it were to be stolen, you’ll be able to track your car’s location using the GA telematics app as long as the telematics device...
    Last updated: 15/06/2017
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