Questions about your Yoyo policy?If you have any questions about your Yoyo policy, please check our FAQ section below.
Yes, as part of your policy you will have the minimum level of cover to drive in the EU, this is the equivalent or less than third party only cover.
We would advise you to contact our customer services team 0333 009 6717, before leaving the UK to ensure you have the appropriate documents and cover in place, before leaving the UK.
The Yoyo policy is designed for new and young drivers. For a complete list of all the terms, conditions, exceptions and exclusions you should refer to your policy booklet.
However, we would like to draw your attention to these exclusions in particular:
- We will not pay any claim under any circumstances (including for theft) if your car is left unlocked, left with keys/key fobs in, on, or attached to your car, left with the engine running or left with a window, door or roof open. This applies no matter how briefly any one of these occurs.
- We will also not cover any claim which results from you driving your vehicle while under the influence of drink or drugs. If this does happen, you will be directly responsible for all aspects of the incident, and we will not be able to provide any cover for injury caused to you or any person, damage to your or another person’s vehicle, or damage caused to any property.
- If your car is damaged, we will pay the cost of repairing or replacing your vehicle up to its UK market value. This is the current value of the vehicle at the time of the claim – and it may be different to the amount you paid for your car or any amounts we spoke about when you insured your vehicle with us.
Questions about the Yoyo Amigo Installation?If you have any questions about the installation of your Yoyo Amigo, please check our FAQ guide below.
Questions about complaints?Yoyo is committed to providing great customer service. However, we understand that there will be times that we disagree with a decision, or that the level of service a customer expects to receive isn’t delivered.
When this happens, we want to hear about it. Below we’ve outlined some information that we feel you may find useful, in the unfortunate event that you feel you have to make a complaint.
Should you need to make a complaint to us, you can this either by phone or by email.
You can find our contact information here.
Once you have made a complaint to us, either by phone or in writing, we will acknowledge your complaint as promptly as possible.
We may provide this acknowledgment either by phone or in writing.
Once we have reviewed your complaint, we will decide on our next steps, and discuss this with you.
Should this resolve the issue, we will then close the complaint.
If following our review you disagree with our decision, we may decide to alter our decision, or we may have to issue you with our final response.
Our final response will be provided to you in writing, but may also be discussed with you over the phone.
A final response will always be provided to you either by or before 8 weeks following your complaint being made, as per the FCA and FOS guidelines.
Once you have made a complaint with us, and we have not been able to resolve the differences between us, and our final response has been issued, the matter can be escalated to the FOS.
The FOS will then review the matter and provide their response on the matter. The FOS’ decision is binding for both parties.
If you need to contact the FOS, you contact them either by telephone or in writing.
Telephone: 0800 023 4567 or 0300 123 9123.
Address: The Financial Ombudsman Service, Exchange Tower, London, E14 9SR.
What if I still have questions?
You can contact us on 0333 009 6717 (opening hours Mon – Fri 8am–6pm and Sat 9am–1pm) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org