- First year policy discount of 15% when you buy online. T&Cs apply.
- Up to $5,000 uninsured motorist damage.
- After-hours claims helpline.
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No car insurance policy is perfect for everyone. What's best for you might not be best for your friend or even your neighbour. However, this page will help you find cover which works for you, no matter who you are or what car you're driving.
We chose Budget Direct car insurance as the most popular brand because:
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We chose Bingle comprehensive car insurance as our most budget-friendly brand because:
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We chose QBE car insurance as our green insurer brand because:
See the full methodology and how the entries are scored.
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We chose Coles comprehensive car insurance as the brand with most bonuses because:
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