Contact Number for Quote Me Happy0843 320 9663
Quote Me Happy are an online-only service and do not provide customer assistance via telephone. However, their online Help Centre can help with all queries detailed below.
Quote Me Happy are part of the Aviva group, one of the UK’s leading insurance providers. For more information on Aviva, visit the Aviva Contact Number page.
You may want to use the Quote Me Happy contact centre for:
- Questions about your current home/car insurance policy
- Getting a quote for a policy
- Making a claim after an incident, such as a burglary or robbery
- Making a complaint about the service.
Quote Me Happy Products and Services
Quote Me Happy prides itself on only covering careful drivers in the UK who are aged between 21 and 75. Cars or vans which have had modifications cannot be insured.
What does Quote Me Happy Car Insurance cover?
- Accidental damage to your car.
- Loss or theft of your car.
- New car replacement.
- Car recovery and approved repairer.
- Courtesy car.
- Third party damage or injury.
- Fire damage.
- Audio equipment.
- Third party cover for other cars.
- Personal belongings cover.
- European cover.
- Glass repair or replacement.
- 24 hour emergency support.
- Personal Accident Cover.
- Hire car- Cover for a hire car for up to 21 days whilst your car is in repair.
- Legal expenses- Expert legal support when you need it the most.
- Breakdown cover- Four levels of cover available (Roadside Assistance, recovery, recovery at home & onward travel, European cover) provided by RAC.
- Keycare (recovery and locksmith assistance, no excess to pay, 24 hour helpline, £10 reward if anyone finds them.)
- Increased personal accident cover for you/your partner if you have serious injuries.
- Protected no claims discount- protect your 3 or more years No Claims Discount.
Making a claim
You can make a claim on your insurance by calling the 24 hour claims helpline or by using the app. Quote Me Happy can send someone out to help, get you to your destination, make sure that your car gets fixed and liaise with any third parties.
Quote Me Happy cannot cover homes which would cost more than £500,000 to rebuild. There are three levels of cover available.
Good Cover includes:
- Replacement locks.
- Liability as owner.
- Rent and cost of alternative accommodation.
- Optional accidental damage cover.
- Fatal injury.
- Money in your home.
- Theft of contents from garage/outbuildings.
- Occupiers and personal liability.
- Employers liability.
- Tenant’s liability.
Better Cover includes all of the above plus:
- Tracing and accessing leaks up to £5000.
- Limited accidental damage.
- Valuables up to £8000.
- Valuables: single article £1500.
- Rent and alternative accommodation: 30%
- Money in your home £500
- Contents in the garden.
- Theft from garages/outbuildings: £3000.
- Business equipment.
- Food in freezers up to £500.
- Domestic heating.
- Visitors personal effects.
- Religious festivals and wedding gifts.
- Household removals.
Best Cover includes all of the above
- Buildings accidental damage.
- Matching items.
- Buildings protected No Claims Discount.
- Accidental damage home entertainment equipment.
- C0ntents protected no claims discount.
- Extra garden cover.
- Personal belongings including theft from car.
- Specified items.
- Legal services.
- Home emergency.
Contact Quote Me Happy to make a claim
If you make a claim, you need to prove a loss. Keep hold of receipts, photographs, instruction booklets and guarantee cards as this can help with your claim. Make sure that you read your policy booklet carefully as not everything is covered. You should also maintain your home to a good standard including guttering, flat roofs, fascia boards and boundary walls- check them regularly.
What Is Quote Me Happy?
Quote Me Happy is an online-only home and car insurance service that provides you with 24/7 access to your insurance, allowing you to view and change your policy or make a claim at any time.
Customers can get a quote from the Quote Me Happy website, as well as from comparison websites such as GoCompare, Money Supermarket and Confused.com. The Quote Me Happy website can be used to purchase insurance, print documents, manage or change policies or make a claim. Claims can also be made via iPhone by downloading the Quote Me Happy MyClaims app.
Because they are an online-only service, Quote Me Happy are able to provide reliable, low-cost cover.
Background of Quote Me Happy
Quote Me Happy is a small part of Aviva, the UK’s largest insurance provider. It was originally part of Aviva’s aim to serve the increasing number of customers that wanted to buy and manage their car insurance online. It benefits from the long-term knowledge and expertise of Aviva’s insurance advisers whilst also providing fast, low-cost insurance deals.
Quote Me Happy was initially designed for car insurance buyers who liked to serve themselves online, but very quickly expanded to serve homeowners as well. The service has attracted over 670,000 motor customers since 2010.
February 21st, 2014
The online insurer Quote Me Happy have offered ten pieces of advice for homeowners who are cautious about protecting their valuables. The advice comes from Michael Fraser, a former burglar who has reformed and turned into a presenter for BBC’s Beat The Burglar, and Henry Topham, who is the Trading Director at Quote Me Happy.
According to the Quote Me Happy team, the value that British citizens place on their possessions is a great deal more than the security measures they take to ensure they are not stolen. After all, a burglary happens in the UK every 45 seconds.
The Quote Me Happy advice is as follows:
1. When you go out, lock all your doors and windows, even if you’re only ‘popping out’
2. Keep your valuables out of sight, especially in ground floor rooms: don’t put temptation in thieves’ paths
3. Leave the radio or the odd light on and consider leaving lights on a timer to come on automatically
4. If you have a burglar alarm, set it when you’re out of the house
5. Install security lights, especially if your driveway or porch area is poorly lit
6. Don’t leave a door key under the mat, beneath a plant pot etc. No matter how well it’s hidden, why give intruders an open invitation into your home?
7. If you know your neighbours, let them know if you will be away for days or weeks at a time and ask them to be extra vigilant
8. Where possible, organise for a trusted neighbour, friend or family member to check on your property during your absence – ideally moving mail build up, and tidying away bins to minimise any clues that the property is empty
9. Cancel milk and/or other deliveries if you will be away for days or weeks at a time
10. Don’t announce your absence across social media channels
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