Did you know around a million motorists in Britain* are on the brink of being banned from driving, according to research by insurance companies. Are you one of them? How many points do you have on your licence?
Of the 30+ million drivers in the UK, nearly five million have points on their licence for speeding - a ban could seriously affect their livelihood.
In fact, one in six motorists think they’d lose their jobs if their licence was taken away – so can you imagine how you might cope?
Life can deliver difficulties from accident and injuries when you least expect them or can cope with them. What if such a misfortune should happen to you tomorrow which would render you incapable of driving?
It doesn’t bear thinking about – unless you’re covered by DriverPlan’s KeyCard motoring continuity insurance. Click here now to stay on the move.
You can receive, with the Elite plan, £30,000 per annum (£2,500 per month) to enable you to hire chauffeur services, pay train and taxi fares or any other means to ensure there is no disruption to our work or leisure activities.
Should you have any kind of accident in your car or have it vandalised or stolen you can claim £75 per day for car hire.
You can receive up to £2,500 per annum emergency funds to help you - see the policy summary for details.
You can protect your lifestyle and enjoy peace of mind for less than half the cost of a cup of coffee out per day!
You can even have a substantial discount if you insure other members of your family whose driving is critical to their lifestyle.
*There are an estimated 34.7 million full car driving licence holders in the UK (Department for Transport National Travel Survey) and according to the YouGov findings 16% of motorists currently have penalty points on their licence and of these 4% are currently three points (or less) away from losing their licence and 17% are six or four points away from losing their licence. YouGov is a member of the British Polling Council. The research was carried out on behalf of Direct Line motor insurance in 2007.