Every month Warrantywise contact a customer who has received excellent service from us and has encountered a recent repair. This month Warrantywise contacted John Bankes. Find out what he has to say for yourself here!
Upon purchasing his Jaguar X Type, Mr Bankes also purchased a warranty from Warrantywise. He has since renewed multiple times and has been a valued Warrantywise customer for the past five years.
Mr Bankes decided to choose Warrantywise as it was the most comprehensive and he was able to tailor the warranty to his needs.
The fault occurred during normal driving when Mr Bankes started to hear a noise. Mr Bankes stated, “The noise started over the weekend, so I avoided driving the car and took it into Universal Clutches on Monday morning. I then went to work on the train and called Warrantywise first thing,. The car was fixed the following day, which was brilliant.”
Mr Bankes stated that he has no hesitation in recommending Warrantywise to his friends and family as he was extremely impressed, he went on to describe Warrantywise as, “Fast, fair and efficient.”
Mr Bankes was full of praise when describing his overall experience with Warrantywise, he concluded by saying, “This was my first real experience with Warrantywise as it was my first claim, and I almost did not expect they would cover the repair, but they did and that made my week.”
“The car was fixed the following day, which was brilliant.”
Research shows the car footballers own and how many minutes of play it takes to pay for them; results also show a correlation between the type of cars owned and the position footballers play in.
Jesus Navas could pay for his Nissan Micra in just 11 minutes of game play
Chelsea’s John Terry owns the most expensive car, valued at more than approx. $2.5 million
Midfielders and forwards are more likely to own sports cars than any other vehicle type
Defenders and goalkeepers are more likely to own SUVs than any other vehicle type
Cristiano Ronaldo owns the fastest car in the world
Online used car dealership Carspring have researched the vehicles driven by more than 250 of the world’s leading football players. With this information, along with the estimated salaries of each player, the online showroom were able to calculate how many minutes of game time each athlete would have to play in order to pay off the value of their vehicle. In addition to this, the study shows an interesting correlation between the vehicle type driven and the player’s position on the field.
In order to find out the vehicles driven by each player along with their estimated salary, hundreds of newspapers, magazines, social media outlets, fan clubs, message boards and other resources were reviewed. Vehicle values were sourced from the country in which the athlete plays, with prices taken from dealerships or, in the case of more unique vehicles, the official sites for each manufacturer.
To calculate the playing time needed to pay for their car, the annual salary of the player excluding bonuses was divided by the number of games played in their respective league. From this, a salary per minute could be calculated.
The five players who could pay for their car in the quickest time are as follows:
Time Needed (Minutes:Seconds)
Porsche Panamera Turbo S
Mini Cooper SD
Tianjin Quanjian F.C.
The five players who would take the longest amount of time to pay for their vehicles are as follows:
Time Needed (Minutes:Seconds)
Rolls Royce Phantom
BMW 135i Cabriolet
Range Rover Sport
Mercedes 300 SL
The five players with the most expensive cars are:
In addition to the results above, the position in which an athlete plays appears to have an effect on the type of vehicle he will buy. As shown in the graphic below, players who play in defensive positions on the pitch have a higher chance of owning an SUV, whilst those up-front own the, arguably flashier, sports cars.
Correlation between field position and the type of car owned
Out of the ten players with the most expensive cars, five play in midfield and four in attack
Out of the ten players with the cheapest cars, four are defenders and two are goalkeepers
George Boyd of Burnley would need to play for 45 hours, 40 minutes and 23 seconds to pay for his Range Rover Sport, the longest of any duration on the list
Swansea’s Fernando Llorente has the least expensive car out of all the players included, with his Fiat Punto valued at approx. $18,972.
John Terry is the only player in the list whose market value is less than the value of their car
100 of the 256 players researched could pay off the value of their vehicle within the 90 minutes it takes to play one game.
Homeowners in almost 30 towns and cities across the UK made an average of more than £1,000 per year from renting their empty driveway, according to the latest research by online parking marketplace YourParkingSpace.co.uk
Unsurprisingly, driveways in London netted the most money, earning their owners on average £2,303 per year. This is up six percent on the previous year, reflecting a growing demand for the service and increased awareness among homeowners of the money earning potential by renting out their driveway, garage or secure parking.
The borough of Kensington and Chelsea topped the list within London with its residents earning £3,367 on average through YourParkingSpace.co.uk.
However, the latest research also reveals that savvy driveway owners away from the capital are also making significant amounts. Brighton came second in the list with homeowners renting their driveway on YourParkingSpace.co.uk earning on average £1,761 per year, while the northern cities of Leeds and Manchester also finished in the top five earning £1,544 and £1,476 respectively.
Cities outside of England also fared well. Edinburgh finished fourth on the list with its residents earning £1,526 on average, while Belfast also came in the top 10 at £1,343. Perhaps most significantly the results showed that there is the very real possibility to boost household income in towns and cities across the UK, with 28 above the £1,000 average annual mark.
Indeed, even those at the bottom of the website’s Top 50 league table had sizeable money earning potential. Bolton, which took the final spot, still earned its residents £816 per year on average just by renting out an empty driveway.
Harrison Woods, managing director of YourParkingSpace.co.uk, said,
“These results demonstrate that there are potentially very lucrative money earning opportunities across the UK from renting a driveway, garage or secure parking space.
“Meanwhile, an increasing number of businesses with spare parking capacity are also registering on YourParkingSpace.co.uk. It’s very simple to do and unlocks a potentially significant revenue stream, in many cases just by being close to local amenities.”
Top 10 UK Towns and Cities (average earnings per year)
From Monday 4th December 2017, the driving test will change to include the use of a sat nav and will test different manoeuvres.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has confirmed that the driving test in England, Scotland and Wales will change from Monday 4 December 2017. The changes are designed to make sure new drivers have the skills they’ll need to help them through a lifetime of safe driving.
Watch how the new test will work
The 4 driving test changes
1. Independent driving part of the test will increase to 20 minutes
The independent driving part of the test currently lasts around 10 minutes. During this part of the test, you have to drive without turn-by-turn directions from the driving examiner.
This part of the test will be made longer, so it’ll last around 20 minutes – roughly half of the test.
2. Following directions from a sat nav
During the independent driving part of the test, most candidates will be asked to follow directions from a sat nav.
The examiner will provide the sat nav and set it up. You won’t need to set the route – the examiner will do this for you. So, it doesn’t matter what make or model of sat nav you practise with.
You can’t follow directions from your own sat nav during the test – you have to use the one supplied by the examiner.
You’ll be able to ask the examiner for confirmation of where you’re going if you’re not sure. It won’t matter if you go the wrong way unless you make a fault while doing it.
One in 5 driving tests won’t use a sat nav. You’ll need to follow traffic signs instead.
3. Reversing manoeuvres will be changed
The ‘reverse around a corner’ and ‘turn-in-the-road’ manoeuvres will no longer be tested, but you should still be taught them by your instructor.
You’ll be asked to do one of three possible reversing manoeuvres:
Parallel park at the side of the road
Park in a bay – either driving in and reversing out, or reversing in and driving out (the examiner will tell you which you have to do)
Pull up on the right-hand side of the road, reverse for 2 car lengths and rejoin the traffic
4. Answering a vehicle safety question while you’re driving
‘tell me’ question (where you explain how you’d carry out a safety task) at the start of your test, before you start driving
‘show me’ question (where you show how you’d carry out a safety task) while you’re driving – for example, showing how to wash the windscreen using the car controls and wipers
Transport Minister, Andrew Jones, said:
“Our roads are among the safest in the world. However, road collisions are the biggest killer of young people. These changes will help us to reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on our roads and equip new drivers with the skill they need to use our roads safely.”
Share your thoughts with us on the changes to the driving test.
Redline Specialist Cars protect their prestigious vehicles with Warrantywise
Redline Specialist Cars sell high end prestigious cars, from the likes of, Porsche, Audi, Bentleys, and recently booked on a warranty for a Lamborghini Aventador. Redline specialise in selling only the very best cars, so therefore, only the very best warranty will do. Warrantywise Dealer Support Executive Wayne, went to visit Redline to talk to them about their experience with Warrantywise, here is what they had to say.
Why did you choose Warrantywise?
Redline Specialist Cars signed up with Warrantywise and began providing their customers with the UK’s best used car warranty in 2015. Due to selling prestigious vehicles, it was important for Redline to offer their customers with peace of mind and protection when purchasing vehicles, so they decided to use Warrantywise to protect their range of cars.
When asked why they decided to start using Warrantywise, they stated, “Warrantywise are a big warranty brand, and provide the best cover for us so that we are able to protect our cars, they offer Gold, Platinum and Platinum Plus etc. all suitable to protect our cars.” Warrantywise offer the best cover to cater for Redline’s higher end prestigious vehicles, Redline, thus, have confidence to send their customers away with a Warrantywise warranty.
Day 1 cover ensures our customers drive away with confidence
Due to selling prestigious vehicles, it is important for Redline to offer their customers with peace of mind when purchasing. Redline stated, “Warrantywise cover is convenient for our vehicles as the warranty cover starts as soon as the booking is made, ensuring that our customers drive away with confidence.” They further went on to state that the service provided by Warrantywise is, “Straight-forward, great and hassle-free.”
“Warrantywise ensures that our customers drive away with confidence.”
When booking on warranties, car dealers can either use the online system or ring their dedicated account manager. Redline praised the online system, stating, “The online system is very easy and quick to use, and we would rate the repairs procedure a 10/10 as it is a simple process.”
Redline Specialist Cars said their top three reasons for using Warrantywise are:
Level of cover available
Redline Specialist Cars praised their overall experience with Warrantywise stating, “Warrantywise have a very easy booking system, with a simple claims procedure, Warrantywise provide us with an overall pleasant experience, allowing our vehicles to be covered straightaway.”
“Warrantywise provide us with an overall pleasant experience.”
Meet their Account Manager… Carla
I began working as an Account Manager here at Warrantywise back in 2012, but left for a while in February 2014 to travel and live in New Zealand.
I returned to my old role In February last year and it is crazy just how much the trade department has grown over the years. When I first started here there was only three or four or us, now there are two constantly growing trade departments. It is great to be part of a busy market leading company, selling the very best warranties, which still stick to their original family business values.
As an account manager I love building long lasting relationships with motor dealers looking to sell our prestigious extended car warranties. Paul is our main contact at Redline Specialist cars, and although he is not on the phone 24/7 he knows I am always here when he needs us. All the guys at Redline are always friendly and easy to talk to on the phone which makes my job even better.
Wayne, one of our on the road reps, also has a great relationship with everybody at Redline, and regularly checks in with them to ensure all is running smoothly and they have everything they need.
Motorists using a phone while driving will receive six points on their licence, a £200 fine and have no option of an awareness course. New drivers face losing their licence if they use their phones at the wheel under tough measures coming into force on (1 March 2017), warned Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.
Motorists using a phone while driving will receive 6 points on their licence and a £200 fine – up from the previous 3 points and £100 penalty. The new penalties come into force in England, Scotland and Wales.
Motorists caught using their mobile twice or accruing 12 points on their licence will face magistrates’ court, being disqualified and fines of up to £1,000. New drivers, within 2 years of passing their test, risk having their licence revoked and lorry or bus drivers can be suspended if caught.
Transport Secretary condemns phone use while driving
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: “Our message is simple and clear: do not get distracted by your mobile phone while driving. It may seem innocent, but holding and using your phone at the wheel risks serious injury and even death to yourself and other road users. Doubling penalties will act as a strong deterrent to motorists tempted to pick up their phone while driving and will also mean repeat offenders could find themselves banned from our roads if they are caught twice. Everyone has a part to play in encouraging their family and friends not to use their phones while driving – it is as inexcusable as drink driving.”
“Repeat offenders could find themselves banned from our roads if they are caught twice.”
Police forces across the country will be taking part in a week’s enforcement from 1 to 7 March. This will see extra patrols and an increased focus on cracking down on people using their phones while driving. About 3,600 drivers were handed penalties in the last co-ordinated enforcement week from 23 to 29 January this year.
The government has launched a powerful and thought-provoking THINK! campaign to warn drivers of the new penalties and the dangers of using mobiles while driving. The campaign will see adverts on billboards, radio and social media as well as a hard-hitting video in cinemas, which was developed in partnership with The AA Charity Trust. Stickers and other in-car merchandise that encourage motorists to put their phone away and out of reach while driving will be distributed through partnerships with driving schools and car rental companies.
Britain has some of the safest roads in the world but the government is determined to make them safer. The Department for Transport announced in 2015 it was exploring whether to increase the penalties for using a mobile phone while driving. This received almost unanimous support during last year’s consultation. The Ministry of Justice has recently finished a consultation on increasing the maximum sentence for causing death by dangerous driving from 14 years to life imprisonment in an additional crackdown on reckless drivers.
Transport Secretary condemns phone use while driving
Chief Constable Suzette Davenport, National Police Chiefs’ Council roads policing lead, said: “These new penalties reflect the seriousness of the offence and will strengthen the deterrent against using a mobile phone at the wheel. We need people to understand that this is not a minor offence that they can get away with.
Across this week officers will continue to use innovative and intelligence-led tactics to catch and penalise people who are driving while distracted by a mobile phone. However, this is an attitudinal problem that we cannot simply enforce away by putting more officers on the roads. This issue has to begin with personal responsibility by drivers. We know that people are more likely to report other drivers using a phone than to view themselves as guilty of it. That has to change.
Tougher penalties are a step in the right direction, but police forces and partners are working this week to make it socially unacceptable to use a mobile phone at the wheel. It’s about more than what you might have to pay as a penalty – you could hurt or kill an innocent person on the roads by checking a text or taking a call.
Don’t do it – and don’t let others take the risk either.”
“It’s about more than what you might have to pay as a penalty – you could hurt or kill an innocent person on the roads by checking a text or taking a call.”
Do you agree with the tougher penalties for using a mobile phone when driving? Let us know your thoughts.
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Road safety and breakdown recovery provider GEM Motoring Assist has welcomed the announcement from the Sentencing Council that speeding fines for the most serious offences in England and Wales are to rise by up to 50 per cent. The decision has been made in an attempt to deter motorists from speeding. This means that drivers caught at 101mph or above on a motorway could face a fine of up to 150 per cent of their weekly income.
The current fine is up to 100 per cent of weekly income, up to a maximum of £1000, or £2500 for motorway infringements.
GEM road safety officer Neil Worth said the increased penalties sent the right message to drivers about the dangers of driving to fast. “Illegal or inappropriate speeds remain a significant road safety problem,” he commented.
“If more people complied with speed limits, there would be fewer deaths and injuries on our roads; it’s as simple as that. We therefore welcome the increase in fines, as we know the enforcement of speed limits plays a vital role in road safety.”
“As drivers and riders, we are all responsible for the speeds we choose. No one can tell us to break the speed limit. So we urge every driver and rider to take that responsibility seriously and to play their part in making our roads safer.”
The new fines are ranked into brands. The tables below demonstrate the reinforcement of these bands.
Speed Limit (mph)
Recorded Speed (mph)
41 and above
31 – 41
21 – 30
51 and above
41 – 50
31 – 40
66 and above
56 – 65
41 – 55
76 and above
66 – 75
51 – 65
91 and above
81 – 90
61 – 80
101 and above
91 – 100
71 – 90
Band C fine
Band B fine
Band A fine
Disqualify 7 – 56 days OR 6 points
Disqualify 7 – 28 days OR 4 – 6 points
Fine Band A
50% of relevant weekly income
25 – 75% of relevant weekly income
Fine Band B
100% of relevant weekly income
75 – 125% of relevant weekly income
Fine Band C
150% of relevant weekly income
125 – 175% of relevant weekly income
Fine Band D
250% of relevant weekly income
200 – 300% of relevant weekly income
Fine Band E
400% of relevant weekly income
300 – 500% of relevant weekly income
Fine Band F
600% of relevant weekly income
500 – 700% of relevant weekly income
The court will consider further adjustment for any mitigating or any aggravating factors. They will conclude whether any combination of the following, or any other relevant factors, should result in an upward or downward adjustment from the sentence given.
Factors increasing seriousness
Statutory aggravating factors:
Previous convictions, having regard to a) the nature of the offence to which the conviction relates and its relevance to the current offence; and b) the time that has elapsed since the conviction
Offence committed whilst on bail
Other aggravating factors:
Offence committed on licence or post sentence supervision
Poor road or weather conditions
Driving LGV, HGV, PSV etc.
Carrying passengers or heavy load
Driving for hire or reward
Evidence of unacceptable standard of driving over and above speed
Location e.g. near school
High level of traffic or pedestrians in the vicinity
Factors reducing seriousness or reflecting personal mitigation
No previous convictions or no relevant/recent convictions
Warrantywise Celebrate 5 Year Anniversary with Castle Motors
Founded in 1972, Castle Motors is a family owned and run business. With a purpose-built luxury showroom, their forecourt has a wide range of vehicles on display, including some of the world’s most prestigious marques. Castle Motors have been using Warrantywise to protect their used vehicles since 2011, and we recently got in touch with them to talk about their experience with Warrantywise, here is what they had to say.
Having previously used two other used car warranty companies, Castle Motors did not have the full 100% trust and confidence in them, stating, “we did not like putting our name to other warranty companies, which is why we didn’t sell very many. It’s difficult to sell a product that you do not have faith in. With Warrantywise we are happy to sell them as we appreciate that their quality will reflect back upon us as the selling dealership.”
Castle Motors wanted to use the best warranty company to protect their cars, so after some research they decided to start using Warrantywise based on the level of coverage, the Quentin Willson approval, the terms, branding and online reviews. Castle Motors rated the service from Warrantywise a 10/10 stating that, “the level of service and ease of claiming are second to none. Warranties are also easy to personalise and great value for the level of cover provided, and, are easy to use and process online.”
On the unfortunate event of a breakdown, Warrantywise have a simple and straightforward repairs procedure . When asking Castle Motors about their experience with the repairs procedure, as they do request repairs on behalf of their customers, they praised the repairs process as being quick and easy to deal with, “the whole process is fast & easy. Payment is quick, and most importantly fair. Telephone customer service especially during the claim procedure is quick and efficient.”
Further going on to say, “this is in stark contrast to other warranty companies that I have dealt with in the past. Occasionally we have to claim on other companies warranties when vehicles come in, often we sit on the phone for tens of minutes waiting for them to answer, when they do they seem to put hoops for you to jump through to get paid out. It is companies like this that give the industry bad press.”
“The whole process is fast & easy. Payment is quick, and most importantly fair.”
When booking on warranties, car dealers can either use the online system or ring their dedicated account manager. Castle Motors prefer the online system stating, “we particularly like the online system, it is swift and easy to use even for computer non literate people.”
Castle Motors said their top three reasons for using Warrantywise are:
Ease and speediness of claims procedure
Level of coverage
Satisfaction and peace of mind for customers
Castle Motors praised their overall experience with Warrantywise stating, “we would describe Warrantywise as a fair, honest & reliable company. We are proud to sell their products and will remain doing so for the foreseeable future. We genuinely feel that their products add value to our vehicles.”
“We would describe Warrantywise as a fair, honest & reliable company.”
Meet their Account Manager… Lindsay
I started my journey at Warrantywise in April 2012, however, I did not join the trade department until July 2013. This is when I took over managing the account for Castle Motors and I have built up a great working relationship over the last 3 and a half years.
I love my job as an Account Manager because of the relationships I am able to build with car dealers. It is great to be able to call Castle Motors on a monthly basis and not feel like it is a “sales call” but more of a catch up call.
Dale is my main point of contact at Castle Motors and I find it so easy to talk to him. He knows that should he ever need anything then he can just call or email me and I will help him.
Owning a car is not always the cheapest. With the cost of fuel, maintenance and car insurance, it can all add up. Car insurance is expensive, and seems to be rising with each passing year.
There are a number of ways to bring the cost of your car insurance down, and choosing a car in the right insurance group is high up on the list. When choosing a car to buy it is important to consider insurance group ratings, each car is assigned to an insurance group, group 1 cars are the cheapest to insure, and group 50 cars are the most expensive to insure. Cars are rated on their price, performance, repair cost and security. As the driver you are also judged based on, age, occupation, where you live and your driving record, these are all factors that come into play when calculating the overall insurance cost. Here at Warrantywise we have compiled a list of cars with low insurance costs, scroll down to see.
The new second generation Hyundai i10, falls into insurance group 1, therefore, making it cheaper to insure than previous models. Equipped with 1.0 litre engine, the i10 is a fantastic city car with low running costs, and can handle the motorway just like a bigger and more expensive car. The i10 features an interesting design, with an improved ride, therefore, making it an ideal first car for young drivers.
For those looking for a cheap, small car, with low running costs, the Fiat Panda is the ideal choice. The spacious car offers a decent drive, and with its tall body there is a good amount of interior space, as well as many customisation options available. Thanks to its big windows, the car offers great visibility, making it an easy car to drive with decent fuel economy.
The Yaris is a great option if you are looking to buy a cheap car with impressive safety ratings, featuring 2nd on the Warrantywise reliability table, the Yaris may be the cheapest car to insure based on your driving history. The Yaris is a great city car due to its compact size and eco models.
The Corsa is a very popular car amongst many drivers, making it one of Britain’s best selling cars. The entry-level Corsa Sting and Corsa Life come in at just group 2, making it one of the cheapest cars to insure on our list. The Corsa has reasonable running costs, and is an overall good value car with modern interior.
An impressive small car, the Volkswagen Up! is one of the cheapest to insure featuring in group 1. The Up! is a smart looking car, great to drive and with an impressive economical engine, it is one of the best city cars on the market.
The SEAT Mii is an environmental friendly cost effective car, and due to it’s low emissions it is exempt from road tax, making it an even more affordable car on top of its low insurance costs. With its agile handling, and great visibility the Mii is great fun to drive, on both local roads and the motorway.
Worry about fitting your car in to a small parking space? The Ford Ka is your answer. Due to its compact size you will never have to worry about fitting it in to small parking spaces. The KA is cheap to run, buy and insure, making it the perfect all rounder.
The 5 door spacious Dacia Sandero is one of the cheapest cars to buy and insure, making it a perfect family car for those on a budget. It is a surprisingly large car with more interior space than its rivals. It comes well equipped as long as you avoid the basic model, and is enjoyable to drive.
The Skoda Citigo, falls into insurance group 1 as a result of its low price. The driving experience of the Skoda Citigo, is what sets the car apart from its rivals. Thanks to its light controls and engineering the Citigo is a satisfying drive on both local roads and the motorway.
The Qashqai proves that it is not always city cars and small hatchbacks that are affordable to drive and run. The interior space offers passengers with plenty of legroom. The Qashqai is a small SUV, and is near enough as cheap to run a conventional family hatchback. Although more expensive to insure than other makes mentioned, the low running cost makes the Qashqai an ideal choice for families.
Warrantywise’s most expensive cover to-date: a warranty for one of the world’s fastest and most advanced cars, the Bugatti Veyron
Due to be sold by Tom Hartley, Britain’s premier high-end car dealer, the Veyron will come with a twelve-month Warrantywise warranty included
The million-pound supercar will be covered by a Platinum Plus warranty which costs £10,000, offering unlimited claims up to the value of the car
The Bugatti Veyron is powered by an 8.0-litre quad-turbo engine, producing as much as 1,200hp and with an ‘unrestricted’ top speed of 267.8mph
For more sensible warranty cover, we offer plans for popular models like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Golf from just £19 per month
Warrantywise.co.uk has revealed details of its ultimate cover: a Platinum Plus warranty for one of the world’s most exclusive cars, the Bugatti Veyron. The £2m supercar, which is available from Tom Hartley, Britain’s premier high-end car dealer, will be sold as standard with a £10,000 twelve-month Platinum Plus warranty.
As one of the world’s fastest, most desirable and most complex vehicles, the Bugatti Veyron needs a very special warranty – in this case Warrantywise’s highest level of cover, Platinum Plus. Warrantywise will cover any repairs up to the retail value of the car, including wear and tear, plus roadside assistance and car hire.
The Platinum Plus warranty covers all mechanical and electrical parts, including oil seals, labour rates, air-conditioning, gaskets, drive belts, wiring looms and radiators. And with a total of ten radiators, four turbochargers and sixteen cylinders, a Warrantywise warranty will be a welcome inclusion for the Veyron’s new owner.
But the Bugatti’s complexity is necessary for its incredible performance. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, accelerates from 0-62mph in 2.5 seconds, and is still officially the ‘Guinness Book of World Records Fastest Production Car’, hitting an ‘unrestricted’ top speed of 267.8mph.
Away from the world of 200mph-capable supercars, Warrantywise also provides cover for some of the UK’s most popular models at more affordable prices. Cover for cars like the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Golf, for example, start from just £19 per month.
Lawrence Whittaker, CEO of Warrantywise, said:
“The Bugatti Veyron is one of the most incredible cars ever built, but it comes with a price to match. Servicing and repair costs will always run into the tens-of-thousands, so we wanted to provide Tom Hartley and the Bugatti’s new owner with the best possible cover to make sure there are no unexpected bills at the start of their ownership. We’ve got experience in covering almost every car on the road, from Fords to Ferraris, but this latest Bugatti warranty is really the pinnacle of our line-up.”
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