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When it comes to your Porsche, whether it is brand new or used, you want to know that you are doing everything you can to protect it.
Porsche models often feature in ominously titled articles like "Britain's Most Frequently Stolen Car" and are by no means immune to accidents. Apart from the stress having your car stolen or being involved in an accident can cause you, there are also the financial implications of having your car written off to consider. These can be quite severe as your insurance company will settle at only the market value of the car at the time of any write off. This is likely to be significantly less than you originally paid for the vehicle and may not be enough in itself to cover any finance that you may have outstanding on the vehicle.
Porsche GAP Insurance from ALA can help you with the financial shortfall if your car is declared a total loss by your motor insurer.
Whether you have finance, have bought the car outright or have a contract hire or lease agreement a Porsche GAP Insurance policy from ALA can ensure that you are not left out of pocket.
Our policies would either pay you back to the original price you paid for the car, pay up to the replacement cost of a car equivalent to the one you purchased originally or cover your outstanding finance if this is the higher amount. If the car is leased the policy will cover your outstanding rentals and any residual value difference not covered by your motor insurer.
For peace of mind protect your investment with Porsche GAP Insurance from ALA.
If you'd like to know some more about Porsche and where the company started have a look at our interesting facts below:
- The original Porsche Company, founded by Ferdinand Porsche, was a motor vehicle development and consultancy firm.
- One of the first assignments was for the design of the Government requested "car of the people" and resulted in the first Volkswagen - the Beetle.
- The company designed heavy tanks for use in World War Two meaning Ferdinand Porsche was arrested, but never tried for War Crimes.
- The first Porsche to go on sale in post-war Germany is regarded by many to be the Porsche 356 as it was the first car to be designed and also made by Porsche and sold under their logo. However due to a shortage of components after the war it was made up mostly of parts from a VW Beetle!