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Hello all, also in the same boat as you with auxillis and car hire costs being disputed by the At-fault drivers insurance company (Aviva).  Husband received his court date this week. The court date is for early March 2021. So 5.5 months notice.
The accident took place at Easter 2019. 

it is quite nerve racking and although we have been assured that the policy means we are not liable for any costs should the court fail, it is still a worrying time. We have provided all the bank statements etc and because we had a small amount of money in the bank (couple of thousand) we are worried they will say that this was enough to spend on a replacement car. 

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Credit hire is to be avoided.  If the third party Insurers refuse to cover the full costs of the car hire, then you would need to study the terms of the agreement signed for the car hire to understand the consequences.  I believe a car hire debt could be left, if the third party Insurers does not pay the full amount.

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  • unclebulgaria67 changed the title to Auxillis....again !!!!
  • 4 months later...

My wife had her case at the end of last week - she was on for about an hour and answered 2 questions connected to hire dates and that was it. Got a call an hour later to say she'd 'won' so all good. She fretted a little but it was nothing to worry about (although try to make sure the lawyer sends docs the week before so you can review). I'd imagine having a couple of grand youd be able to argue as a contingency fund, but I'm no law expert...

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