New insurance policies for Tesla vehicles are set to go live in the UK and Ireland in the coming days.
The news comes as a report by Bloomberg news agency claims that Tesla is preparing to offer insurance to the driver of a Tesla Model S in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Bloomberg reported on Friday that Tesla would offer insurance for the driver under the company’s Model S vehicle policy.
The policy would cover collision damage, damage to the car’s interior or other injuries caused by the collision, the report said.
Bloomberg also reported that the insurance provider would offer a similar policy for the passenger in a Tesla SUV, a Model X or a Tesla X-Type crossover.
Tesla was initially reported to be considering offering a similar insurance policy for all of its vehicles, but this report says that Tesla’s insurance policy is limited to its Model S, the Model X and X-type crossover vehicles.
Tesla has been working with insurance companies on its insurance coverage.
Last month, Bloomberg reported that Tesla was preparing to provide insurance to Tesla drivers in the U.K. and Ireland for its Model X SUV.
The new policy is part of the company, which has been trying to reach a solution with insurers.
Last year, Tesla’s first vehicle to offer a coverage option was the Tesla X, which had a $25,000 deductible and had a three-year coverage option.
The Model X will be available in Britain in the summer of 2019.