Disabled drivers to claim stylish Blue Badge wallets as Fish launches £90,000 giveway

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Disabled drivers can now claim an exclusive Blue Badge Company parking pass wallet worth £18 free when they take out a new car insurance policy with disability specialist, Fish Insurance.

Fish has 5,000 of the wallets with a retail value of £90,000 to give away on a first come first served basis. Featuring a universally appealing grey and white star design created exclusively for Fish, they are made from cotton in Britain by Blue Badge workers, many of whom themselves have disabilities. The wallets also come with free timer clock and are “Hologram safe,” meaning they comply with Department for Transport guidelines to ensure the anti-fraud hologram featured in recently revamped Blue Badges remains clearly visible.

The free wallets are available to anyone who takes out Fish Disabled Car Insurance which has been specially designed to ensure disabled drivers and Blue Badge holders enjoy protections not typically provided with mainstream policies. These include cover to repair or replace modifications made to accommodate a disability such as hand controls and under-ring accelerators and to take into account their cost when settling a claim should the car be written off. Most car insurance policies typically base settlement on the list price of a non-modified vehicle, less depreciation.

Other benefits include cover for wheelchairs and mobility aids whilst in transit and, if your vehicle is off the road due to a claim, provision of either a suitable courtesy car or a mobility allowance should one not be available. Fish also reports that as in its experience disabled drivers and their vehicles are a lower risk, it can offer substantial premium discounts.

For more details or a quote call 0800 088 3016 or visit www.fishinsurance.co.uk

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