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50,194 people insured their Land Rover with us (figures correct at 1st March 2018)
Accidental damage cover
Scratched or dented your car? We pay for repairs so it's as good as it was before the accident
Uninsured driver promise
If the other driver is not insured and the accident's not your fault, you keep your no claim discount and there's no excess to pay - as long as you have the details of the other vehicle and driver
Accidentally filled your car with the wrong fuel? It happens. We pay to drain and flush your fuel tank, as well as cover the damage to the car's engine
Get the same level of cover as you have in the UK in the EU for up to 180 days a year. Perfecto!
If your car is vandalised and you have to claim, you'll keep your no claim discount - you'll just need to pay your excess
Replacement child car seats
We'll replace your child car seats if your car has been in an accident - even if there's no apparent damage
New locks and keys
If your keys are lost or stolen. After all, accidents happen
Most newer Land Rovers have a number of beneficial safety features
Adaptive Dynamics monitors your vehicle's movements over a thousand times a second and adjusts the damper settings depending on the road (or off-road) conditions and your driving style. It minimises body roll for a safer, smoother ride.
Torque Vectoring by Braking - This system constantly monitors and balances the torque distribution between the wheels to improve grip and steering, both on or off the road. The system can also increase stability and turn rate when cornering by braking the inside rear wheels.
Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) is a smart safety system that automatically applies the car's brakes if the driver doesn't react quickly enough to a hazard ahead, the system can help avoid or mitigate potential collisions.
All-Terrain Progress Control - When travelling slower than 18 mph, All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC) helps you maintain a steady speed in difficult conditions so you can concentrate on steering and navigating obstacles. It also helps you pull away smoothly, even on ice, snow or mud.
Hill Descent Control (HDC) maintains a constant speed can apply individual levels of braking to each wheel to help you get down difficult slopes. It works automatically to maintain your speed relative to the accelerator pedal position and gear.