Now you have taken delivery of your brand new lease vehicle, Its such an exciting time receiving a new vehicle. Here at TVLE we want to help you keep that "new car" look and also protect you if the worst should happen.
Look After My Car with The Vehicle Leasing Expert is a membership only club that offers, Tyre and Alloy Insurance, GAP Insurance and Smart repair Insurance. Everything you need to "Look After Your Car" during the length of the contract
Choose one of the products below and get 3 months free
When you lease a vehicle with TVLE we will invite you to receive access to the 'Look After My Car' online membership portal that will help you keep your vehicle looking great and also offering you protection should the worst happen
There are three different types of protection when you take your lease with The Vehicle Leasing Expert. You can take one of these options completely free of charge for the first three months. Once your three month free trial ends, its your choice if you extend or take additional products.
Read the product brochure below for more details
* 3 months free insurance offers are available for up to 30 days after delivery of your vehicle
In the past, cars in need of cosmetic repair due to scratches or dents would have needed a conventional bodyshop - which is expensive and time consuming. Thankfully, much of this damage can now be repaired at a time that suits you using SMART (Small Minor Area Repair
Techniques), meaning your vehicle looks good as new by repairing damage as it happens. Any repair is also guaranteed for the length of your ownership.
We all love what an alloy wheel does for the look of your car. However, how many times have you clipped a kerb and that great looking wheel has a big scrape across it. With Tyre and Alloy you can keep your wheels in pristine condition by having them repaired as the damage happens. Likewise, replacing a damaged tyre can be costly and is particularly annoying when it was due to no fault of your own. Tyre & Alloy can protect you against such unexpected costs whether it be accidental or malicious damage - with no excess to pay.
If your vehicle is written off or stolen, there is a risk that the insurance settlement may be significantly less than the outstanding finance, or even the price you paid for the vehicle. This is because your insurer will typically only pay the market value of the vehicle at the time of loss, and vehicles lose value quickly in the first year and then at a slower rate as
they get older.