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Customising your Car Insurance
For drivers who don’t know their ignition from their injectors, finding the right Car Insurance can feel a bit overwhelming. With so many different Car Insurance options available, it’s important to get cover that’s customised for you. To make sure you’re getting what’s right for you, it’s worth taking the time to research your options and choose wisely. Reading this guide is a great first step to get you on the right track!
Choosing the best policy for you
Cars are much more than just a way to get from A to B (although they do that pretty well too). They provide us with reliability and freedom, and a lot of us love spending time with our cars. So it’s no surprise that policies like AAMI Comprehensive Car Insurance are so popular.
With Comprehensive Car Insurance, you’re covered for damage to other people’s vehicles as well as your own. That means paying for car repairs after an insured accident can be one less thing to worry about (after paying an excess).
Add your Optional Covers
If you’re opting for Comprehensive Cover, you can choose to boost your policy with some Optional Covers like Roadside Assistance, Hire Car and Windscreen and Glass Repairs. These can be added on to further customise your Car Insurance so you’re getting the level of cover you need.
Keeping it simple
Want a more basic type of Car Insurance? You also have the option of Third Party Insurance. More economical than Comprehensive Cover, it only covers damage you cause to other people’s vehicles and property. You might choose Third Party Insurance if you have an older car that isn’t worth very much.
If you’re in NSW, SA, or the ACT, you’ll also need to keep CTP Insurance in mind. Also called Green Slip in NSW, CTP is a legally compulsory cover that protects you against compensation claims from people injured in a motor vehicle accident. Other states have this costed into their vehicle registration.
Now that you know your options, why not get a quote? You can save $100 off Comprehensive policies when you sign up online.