Right2Drive Accident Replacement Vehicles

Need a car while yours is being repaired?

No Fault, No Cost, No Worries

At Right2Drive we understand the stressful impact on life suffered by drivers involved in a motor accident, particularly how inconvenienced they can be when left without the use of their motor vehicle. It is our mission to uphold the rights of drivers to ensure uninterrupted motoring when they are deprived of the use of their car as a result of a motor accident.

Regardless of who was at fault in your motor accident, Right2Drive can get you back on the road without fuss for the duration of your vehicle repairs, or until you receive your total loss settlement. What’s more, if you’re not at-fault or if you have optional replacement vehicle cover, there is no cost!

Right2Drive’s comprehensive Accident Management Service aims to take the hassle and worry out of an otherwise stressful situation by providing assistance to drivers from the time of accident, to the delivery of a replacement vehicle, to claim lodgement and repair management through to cost recovery and compensation.

In the Australian Automotive Industry, the common terms used to describe Accident Replacement Vehicle services are credit hire and demurrage. More specifically, these terms refer to:

"The provision of a replacement vehicle in the event of a motor accident which leaves the not at-fault party without a vehicle for a period of time."​

The legal precedent under which Right2Drive operates provides:

"​In the event of a multiple car collision, it is an obligation by law for the at-fault party, or the at-fault party’s insurer, to bear the cost of a like for like replacement vehicle for the no-fault party."​

Right2Drive Accident Management Services:

• 24hr Accident Assist: 1300 100 121
• 24hr Towing
• Accident Replacement Vehicles
• 3rd Party Claims
• Vehicle Repair Management
• CTP Motor Accident Injury Claims

Specialties : 

Status: 

Operating

Industries: 

Employee Count Range: 

51-200

Company type: 

Public Company

Founded year: 

2012

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