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Asset Protection

The choice between GAP (Guaranteed Asset Protection) and RTI (Return to Invoice) depends on how you originally purchase the vehicle and of course the choice is always yours as we are just here to guide you on the products available to protect your purchase.

If you have paid or are planning to pay for your next car outright, you may need to consider Return To Invoice (RTI) insurance to ensure you get back what you paid for the vehicle in the event of an insurance claim especially if the car is written off.

If you are planning on paying for the car on a finance agreement or have already decided that this is the best form of purchase, then a Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) insurance will make sure that if your current insurance payout falls short, you won’t be left with the outstanding finance that you owe. Of course, this is subject to the terms and conditions contained in the policy document.

Our Combined GAP and RTI insurance product incorporates Return to Invoice Cover (RTI) and Guaranteed Asset Protection (or GAP) and could pay out the greater of either the RTI or GAP pay-out, protecting you the customer whatever your circumstance. 

Our Combined GAP and RTI pricing structure at John Banks Group  

John Banks Combined GAP and Return to Invoice Vehicle Replacement Insurance cost

£399.00

GAP Insurnace


 Call us about protecting your vehicle - we follow the FCA guidance on a 4 Day Opt in to allow you to decide if this product is right for you so be assured we are treating all our customers fairly in all aspects of your vehicle purchase.

 

Return to Invoice GAP Cover

Eligibility

  • The vehicle is covered by a current comprehensive motor insurance policy.
  • The vehicle is not more than 7 years old at the date the insurance commences.

Cover

  • Pays the difference between the original invoice price of a vehicle and the current value of the vehicle in the event of the vehicle being written off, including motor insurance excess up to £250.
  • Cover includes factory fitted options.
  • Maximum benefit payable £15,00

Eligibility

  • You must have a finance agreement.
  • The vehicle is covered by a current comprehensive motor insurance policy.

Cover

  • Pays the difference between the settlement figure and the current value of the vehicle in the event of the vehicle being written-off, including motor insurance excess up to £250.
  • Maximum benefit payable £6,000.

Significant Exclusions 

  • Dealer fitted accessories, cherished number transfer fees, Road Fund Licence.
  • Vehicles not originally built to UK specification, emergency vehicles, motorcycles, taxis, buses, trucks, vehicles over 3.5 tonnes, modified vehicles, vehicles used for tuition or racing.
  • If the driver of insured vehicle is under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or the vehicle is unlicensed.

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