When you use the app as a delivery driver, Qover and Chubb offer free insurance for your benefit. The mentioned insurance covers you while you use the Glovo application, from the moment you log in to the application until 1 hour after you have closed the session. Therefore, as long as you are on the road connected using Glovo, insurance will protect you in the event of an accident. The details provided below are for informational purposes only and are not contractual. See the Terms and Conditions for the full list of coverages and exclusions.
The below applies if you had an accident while using Glovo
* See the full list of exclusions and coverages in the general conditions of the insurance
If after an accident you suffer a disability that prevents you from performing your activity, the insurance will cover the amount of the benefit indicated in the policy. You will receive compensation from the eighth day of temporary total disability.
Your accident insurance provides you with income support in case you are unable to perform your activity after an accident while you are connected using Glovo. Accommodation expenses, fees, analysis, medicines... your hospital bill can quickly reach exorbitant amounts in case of an accident. Thanks to the extensive coverage of this insurance, you no longer have to worry about it.
If you suffer from a disability as a result of the disease that will prevent you from using the courier application, the insurance company will pay the amount of benefits specified in the policy table. You will receive compensation from the eighth day of total incapacity to work.
This insurance provides financial protection for your loved ones in the event of death after an accident. This insurance also protects you in case of total or partial disability due to an accident.
Legal expenses for your defense and possible claims are covered by the insurance.
If due to an accident you become permanently disabled, the insurance will cover the amount of the benefit indicated in the policy.
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