Australian Unity Car Insurance

Australian Unity car insurance review: safe driver discounts and 10% off your first year.

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With two levels of cover available, Australian Unity's car insurance policies suit a wide range of budgets. Underwritten by Allianz, you can get cover for a range of features including accidental loss or damage, new for old replacement, legal liability and more.

Take a closer look at the benefits offered by Australian Unity car insurance below to work out whether it's the right cover for you.

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Australian Unity Motor insurance cover options

Here's an overview of the policies available with Australian Unity Motor insurance:

Comprehensive cover

Comprehensive cover from Australian Unity provides cover for accidental damage to your vehicle as well as for loss or damage resulting from fire or theft. The policy includes new for old replacement on vehicles up to two years old and the freedom to choose your own repairer. Legal liability cover is also included for when your car causes accidental damage to someone else's vehicle or property. Some of the main highlights include:

  • Up to 10% off your first year's premiums.
  • Eligible drivers get a Safe Driver Discount
  • A discount when you list all your drivers on the policy
  • Pay monthly at no extra cost
  • Choose your own repairer

Third party only cover

This budget friendly policy covers your legal liability when you cause accidental damage to someone else's car or property. It also provides cover when your car is damaged in a no-fault accident with an uninsured motorist.

Australian Unity car insurance: what's covered

The Australian Unity comprehensive car insurance policy covers the following:

  • Accidental loss of or damage to your vehicle
  • New replacement car if your new car is a total loss and less than two years old from original registration
  • Cost of emergency repairs - Up to $500 for any one incident
  • Rental car following theft - Up to $100 per day for up to 30 days
  • Child seat or baby capsule cover - Up to $500 for any one incident
  • $20 million legal liability
  • Personal effects - Up to $1000 for any one incident
  • Emergency accommodation and travelling expenses - Up to $1,000 if you're more than 100km from home
  • Transportation costs (if your car can't be driven home after an accident) - Up to $500 for any one incident
  • Towing costs after a covered accident
  • Legal costs in defending claims covered by the policy
  • Trailer and Caravan cover - Lesser of $1,000 or market value for any one claim
  • Key replacement/re-coding
  • Temporary cover on replacement vehicle - 14 days

General exclusions

Your Australian Unity car insurance claim be rejected if:

  • Your vehicle was being driven by someone under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • The driver of your vehicle did not hold a current driver's licence
  • Your vehicle was being driven while not registered
  • Your vehicle was being used for an unlawful purpose
  • Your vehicle was being used on a racetrack or for driver training or instruction
  • Your car was being used to carry passengers for hire, fare or reward
  • Your vehicle was being used while in an unsafe or unroadworthy condition
  • Your vehicle was being driven while overloaded.
  • Damage arises due to the lawful repossession of your vehicle.

You also won't be covered for

  • Exceeding passenger limits
  • Carrying passengers for hire
  • Consequential loss
  • Motor sport
  • Deliberate, intentional, malicious or criminal acts
  • War
  • Asbestos
  • Loss of use
  • Tyre damage
  • Lawful seizure

For a full list of exclusions, be sure to check the product disclosure statement (PDS).

Australian Unity car insurance excess

An excess is the amount you have to pay each time you make a claim on your Australian Unity policy. The following excesses may apply:

  • Basic excess. This is the first amount payable on all claims.
  • Age excess. This excess is payable when the driver of your vehicle at the time of an incident is under 25. A listed driver will have to pay $600. A driver who is not listed will pay $1800.
  • Theft excess. This applies to claims related to theft. The excess will be outlined on your policy schedule.
  • Unnamed driver excess. If your policy has named drivers listed but your vehicle was being driven by someone not listed as a named driver, you will need to pay the undeclared driver excess of $2500.

Making a Claim

If you need to make a claim, you can submit it online via the online claim form 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Once your insurance claim is lodged, a claims consultant should contact you. You can also call 1300 555 030 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm AEST and a consultant can talk you through the claims process.

You'll need your policy number and to provide details about when and where the incident occurred, a detailed description of what happened and the names and details of any other drivers or witnesses involved in the incident.

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