do their best to take the pain out of getting cheap car insurance
quotes - the emphasis being on speed. Their tagline is:
"Get a life. Get swiftcovered"
This business was built on the basis that nobody wants to spend more time on getting car
quotes than is absolutely necessary. It follows that their website is
quick for them to be able to claim quotes in "double swift time.
Time is money, you may be able to save it with www.swiftcover.com
Report and track a claim online 24/7
* Free collection/delivery in the event of a claim, plus they clean your car
after it's repaired
* A 5 year workmanship guarantee on all repairs carried out in our recommended
* UK based claims and help teams
Swiftcover was founded in 2005 by senior executives from within the insurance industry. It was a unique proposition offering good value car insurance
exclusively online. Swiftcover claims to be that first UK insurance company to offer its customers the convenience of printing their own car insurance certificate.
Swiftcover's sole source of business is the internet - the exact
opposite to Direct Line.
As a result of being an online only
company their website is designed so that you can do everything you need online.
Swiftcover and swiftcover.com are both trading names of AXA Insurance UK plc. Swiftcover general insurance policies are underwritten by AXA Insurance UK plc which is registered in England and Wales registered number 078950 and authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority, FSA number 202312.
Registered Office: 5 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1AD.
Financial Services Authority The Financial Services Authority website, which includes a register of all regulated firms, can be visited at
MY E CAR?
Emerg-E is a concept car developed by the Infiniti division of Nissan Motors and was unveiled to the public at the 2012
Geneva Motor Show.
It is based on the Lotus Evora platform and the hybrid powertrain shown in 2012 as the
Lotus 414E concept car. The
Emerg-E has two electric motors, one powering each rear wheel, producing a total of 402 bhp (300 kW; 408 PS) with 738 lb·ft (1,001 N·m) of torque, and providing acceleration to 60 mph in four seconds. The
Emerg-E has a 30 miles (48.3 km) electric-only range, after which a small 47 bhp (35 kW; 48 PS) three-cylinder
petrol engine kicks in to recharge the
lithium-ion battery pack. The car can also be plugged in to recharge.
The mid-engined two-seater sports car may not reach production, but was shown as a working prototype at the 2012
Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The project was part-funded by the British government sponsored
Board, and involved Nissan UK's Cranfield technical centre and other British suppliers including Lola, Amberjac
batteries and Xtrac transmissions.
click on the links above to find out about these famous automotive
makers. If your company is not included and you would like to be
listed, please let us know.
racing car can refuel in around 2 minutes by expelling one battery
replacing it with another. It does not need a complicated service
this. It does it with built-in load servos - so that is can turn
around on the
Flats at Bonneville,
completely recharged ready for the best of three runs.
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