Among a full range of other financial services, ANZ Bank also offers car insurance. If you’re already with ANZ, this enables you keep everything under one umbrella. If you’re not, it might still be worth getting your car insurance here anyway.
Check out what ANZ car insurance has to offer and see whether it’s right for you.
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What cover options do I have?
You can choose to take out:
- Third party car insurance
- Third party fire and theft car insurance
- Comprehensive Plus car insurance
What is actually covered?
|Features||Comprehensive Plus||Third Party Fire and Theft||Third Party Property Damage|
|Cover for loss or damage to you vehicle||For accidental damage||Up to $10,000 only|
|Baby capsules and child seats|
|Emergency transport and accommodation|
|Hire vehicle or alternative transport after not at-fault incident|
|Hire vehicle or alternative transport after theft|
|Lifetime repair guarantee (on authorised repairs)|
|New vehicle replacement|
|Replacement of keys and locks|
|Temporary cover for replacement vehicle|
|Tools of trade|
|Trailer or caravan attached to your vehicle|
|Uninsured motorist damage||Covered under "Loss or damage to your vehicle"|
|Excess free glass extenstion||Automatically included|
|Hire vehicle or alternative transport after incident||Automatically included|
|Choice or repairer||Optional|
What additional cover options are there?
For an extra cost, you can also add:
- Any repairer option. This allows you to choose your own repairer in the case of a covered event.
How much does ANZ Car Insurance cost?
Your premiums are affected by factors including:
- The type of cover and cover options you have chosen
- Your excess(es)
- The value of your vehicle
- The age, make and model of your vehicle
- Any modifications or accessories insured under your policy
- Where your vehicle is kept and what it is used for
- The age, driving experience and claims history of the driver(s)
- Any special conditions that ANZ may apply
There are four types of excesses that may apply:
- Vehicle. This applies to most claims under the policy.
- Driver. This can apply in addition to the vehicle excess when a person specified with a driver excess is driving.
- Undisclosed driver. This applies in addition to the vehicle excess when the driver was 25 years old or older and is not listed as a driver.
- Undisclosed driver age. This applies in addition to the vehicle excess when the driver was less than 25 years old and not listed as a driver.
Always read the product disclosure statement to understand the different excesses that may apply.
How can you pay your premiums and make a claim?
Premiums can be paid annually or in instalments.
Claims can be made over the phone 24/7, you'll need your policy number to do this. The phone number is 13 16 14.
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