Using your vehicle
We'll make sure you're covered, whatever the journey.
You can use your vehicle for social, domestic and pleasure purposes. This means you're covered for normal day-to-day driving.
So if you use your vehicle to go shopping, visit friends or go on holiday, you're protected by your insurance. You can also travel between home and a permanent place of work.
If you need to use your vehicle whilst at work or for charity purposes, we've provided some guidance below.
If you need to use your vehicle whilst at work we call this business use. This covers:
- Driving during work hours
- Driving clients around
- Visiting several different offices or sites
- Driving colleagues to meetings
- Driving a large number of miles in a small amount of time for work purposes
If you need to use your vehicle, other than directly to and from your usual workplace, we can arrange business use cover for most occupations.
We can only provide cover for one named driver on your Certificate of Motor Insurance at any one time.
Business use cover is only provided for your current insurance policy. It does not automatically transfer on to your new vehicle. You should contact us when updating your insurance policy.
If you need business use cover, get in touch:
Give us a call
RSA Motability: 0300 037 3737
Monday to Friday: 8am to 7pm
Saturday: 8am to 4pm
Calls may be recorded and monitored.
Chat with us online
Our LiveChat service is available at the following times:
Monday to Friday: 8am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
You can also find us on Twitter @RSAMotability
You can use your vehicle for voluntary or charitable work as long as you are not contractually employed by the organisation.
- Meals on Wheels
- Hospital visiting
- Community projects
- Foster care
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