We've got you well covered
Car theft and accidental damage
Rest easy, we’ve got you covered for damage or loss caused by theft, attempted theft, collision, malicious damage and fire, and natural events such as hail, storm, flood or bushfire.
Damage to other people’s vehicles and property
You’re also covered for damage to someone else’s vehicle or property up to $20 million.
Help with emergency costs
Up to $500 towards emergency travel and accommodation if your car’s not safe to drive and you’re more than 100km away from home. Plus up to $500 for emergency repairs to get you home or to a repairer.
This is just a summary. For full details about what is and isn't covered, check the PDS (Product Disclosure Statement). It's dry, we know, but it's essential reading.
I received quality, accurate advice and was assessed on time. I was referred to quality repairer which resulted in my car being repaired.
by Lockness from Sydney Metro NSW on Comprehensive Car Insurance
If your car is
Our goal is always to get you back on the road as fast as we can - safely.
We insist on the highest standards for our customers. That's why any repairs we authorise are covered by our Lifetime Guarantee.
If your car’s not safe to drive, we tow it to one of our repair facilities.
If you drive your car to our repair facility, we pay for a taxi to get you from there to home or work and back.
Yes, you’re covered even if the damage is caused by an uninsured driver and it’s their fault.
It’s stressful enough to have had your car damaged without having to worry about arranging its repair. We do all that for you, from quotes to repairs and keeping you informed of your car’s progress. You can sit back and relax while we put our repair expertise – gained over arranging the repairs of hundreds of thousands of cars each year – to work for you.
If your car is
We keep you on the road with a hire car until your car’s returned undamaged or repaired, to a maximum of 21 days.
If your car’s found, we tow it to one of our repair facilities for a check over.
Left something in the car? We pay up to $500 for things that were in your car when the car was stolen, such as phones, laptops or clothing. (Exceptions apply such as cash and tools.)
If your car’s not recovered within 14 days of us approving your claim, we pay you the amount you covered it for.
If your car is
If your car’s less than 2 years old and you’re the first registered owner, we replace it with a new car.
We consider your car a write off when:
- It’s stolen and unrecovered after 14 days; or
- We decide it's uneconomical, impractical or unsafe to repair.
We also refer to this as ‘total loss’.
This is a just summary. For full details check the PDS (Product Disclosure Statement). It’s dry, we know, but it’s essential reading.
How much your vehicle's insured for.
It’s the maximum amount we’ll pay for loss or damage to your vehicle caused by an insured incident. The amount is shown on your certificate of insurance and includes GST.
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Comprehensive Car Insurance
Yes. Learner drivers are covered as long as a licensed driver is with them in the front passenger seat. And, no, learners don’t need to be listed on your policy!
An extra excess of $400 will apply (in addition to any other excess) if they are driving at the time of an incident.
Helping you get a better deal
Smart ways to lower your premium
Increase your excess
Sounds complex but it’s very easy! With AAMI Flexi-Premiums®, you can choose to increase your excess to lower your premium.
Choose your 'Amount Covered'
You can choose the amount you want to cover your car for, within a range we provide, so you’re in control of the cover you need.
Pay it in one go! You can save with us by choosing to pay your policy annually, since paying in monthly instalments costs a bit more.