You don’t need to suffer after a rainy day if damage has been caused to your car.
Through our “Natural Phenomena” cover which is offered in our second program “Additional Covers”, we undertake to compensate you for property damages caused directly to your car by floods.
This particular cover is also activated in the case of property damages caused by gale force winds, hail, earthquakes, storms, typhoons and even tornados. All that is needed in order for this cover to be activated is confirmation from the National Meteorological Service for these weather conditions.
The procedure in all cases is the same. You call Accident Care so that they can register and take photographs of the damages.
We are aware that on days when weather conditions are extreme you may need to wait a little longer for Accident Care to arrive. This is a natural consequence of the bad weather and the many accidents that occur due to the difficult weather conditions. We ask for your understanding as it is absolutely necessary for the incident to be registered by our collaborators in order for us to begin the compensation procedure.
What must I look out for when driving in the rain?
Some basic pieces of advice when it comes to driving safely in the rain are checking your tyres and your windscreen wipers and keeping a safe distance from the car in front of you. Read some more tips on driving safely in the rain here.