When looking at gap cover, it is important to not only see what they do have to offer, but take a look at when you are not covered with gap cover. It is often assumed by many that they will be covered for all of the extra costs incurred all of the time, however that is not always the case.
Take a look at the list below to see some of the times when you are not covered with gap cover:
This is not the full list of general exclusions. To find out more, contact your intermediary or download our full Terms and conditions here.
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