Return to Invoice is Available for: New and used cars, with and without finance

The payout in combination with the settlement from your motor insurer would give you: the original net invoice amount paid for your car (subject to maximum claim limit selected).

You may wish to consider combined RTI and Finance GAP policies if you have finance outstanding on your car. This would pay you the higher of the outstanding finance or the original cost of your car not covered by your motor insurer's settlement.

Useful if you are concerned you could not afford to replace your car with another new car

Notes of Caution

GAP won't cover amounts deducted by your motor insurer. Eg deductions for unpaid premiums, salvage value or contributory negligence. any non-standard extras added after you bought the car, eg speakers, satnav.

Check the GAP policy regarding dealer fitted accessories Warranty charges, insurance premiums, road fund licence and any other warranty or add-on in most cases.

GAP only covers the difference between the market value and the insured amount. If your motor insurer offers you less than the market value of the car, and you accept, the GAP insurer won't make up the difference. (You must contact your GAP insurer as soon as possible before you agree any settlement with your motor insurer. However the the payout will not usually be made until your motor insurer has settled in full.)

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