Subscription 10% Discount – Terms and Conditions

  1. After completing three full months of an uninterrupted Veygo monthly car insurance subscription policy, a 10% Discount will automatically be applied to the policy price from month four.  
  2. The 10% discount will remain on your subscription from month four until you reach 12 continuous months. Veygo will inform customers of next steps, aligned to regulatory requirements, prior to completing 12-months uninterrupted subscription.
  3. The discount applies to full licence holders only and excludes provisional licence holders.
  4. The promotion comprises of customers being eligible to receive a 10% discount when renewing a monthly subscription policy from the Promoter (the “Discount”)
  5. This promotion cannot be combined with any other promotion.
  6. Veygo reserves the right to withdraw, modify or terminate this promotion in whole or in part whenever Veygo sees fit.
  7. The terms and conditions of this promotion do not alter or vary the terms and conditions of any Veygo Insurance policy which may be purchased.
  8. Applications for insurance policies provided by the Promoter are subject to its normal terms and conditions including its underwriting criteria. The Promoter reserves the right to decline any application for any insurance policy at its absolute discretion and is not obliged to disclose any reason for rejection. In these cases, the customer will not be eligible to receive the Discount.
  9. Any fraudulent activity or abuse relating to the receipt and use of the Discount may result in the forfeiture of the Discount and termination of the insurance policy.
  10. Veygo is a trading name of Able Insurance Services Limited. Able Insurance Services Limited is registered in England and Wales at Tŷ Admiral, David Street, Cardiff, CF10 2EH (Reg. No. 02890075). Able Insurance Services Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Firm reference number: 311649).
  11.   These terms and conditions are to be governed by English law and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English and Welsh courts.