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Club 4X4 insurance review

With Club 4X4 insurance, you can get wide-ranging protection for your 4WD and enjoy some competitive cover limits. Your caravan or camper trailer can also be covered – all under one provider.

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Club Comprehensive 4x4 Insurance

If you're looking for wide-ranging insurance for your 4WD, Club 4X4 insurance could meet your needs. With features such as off-road recovery and a replacement vehicle if yours is stolen, a Club 4X4 policy has you covered from multiple risks on the road. There are also a few different ways to score policy discounts with this Hollard-backed provider.

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About Club 4X4 insurance

Club 4X4 offers a comprehensive insurance plan that covers drivers anywhere in Australia, as long as their 4X4, camper trailer or caravan is legally allowed to be there. Those with a sense of adventure can enjoy peace of mind that they'll have strong cover ahead of a trip, including if they plan to head off-road. Plus, those all-important 4X4 accessories and mods can be insured. Let's take a closer look.

More on the features of Club 4X4 comprehensive insurance

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Standard features

Club 4X4's comprehensive insurance policy includes a number of features, such as the following:

  • Theft, fire and third party property damage
  • Legal liability cover
  • New vehicle replacement – for a total loss, within 24 months, of a vehicle's first registration
  • Up to $2,000 in personal effects cover (option to add more cover)
  • Up to $1,500 in off-road recovery costs (option to add more cover) – for one claim per policy term
  • Vehicle hire cover. Get up to $180 a day for 21 days if your vehicle's stolen (option to add more cover)
  • Up to $1,000 for loss or damage to a trailer attached to a vehicle (covering the trailer only; not its contents)
  • Up to $1,000 for replacement locks and keys
  • Choice of repairer
  • Cover for your vehicle's modifications and accessories
  • Up to $500 in emergency travel and accommodation costs
  • Up to $500 in cover for child or baby seats
  • Transit cover – in case your vehicle's damaged while it's being transported
  • Towing and storage costs as a result of loss or damage
  • Multi-vehicle discount – combine 2 or more policies and get a discount of up to 10%
  • Discounts for 4x4 training – save on your policy by completing a recognised 4X4 driver training course
  • 14-day cooling-off period, after taking out a policy

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Exclusions

All policies have incidents they won't cover. Policy exclusions can differ, but generally, they'll include the following:

  • No cover while driving under the influence of anything not prescribed by a doctor
  • No cover outside of Australia
  • No cover if your vehicle's being used for any unlawful purpose
  • No cover in the event of too many passengers or towing a load that's too heavy
  • No cover if your vehicle's being driven in an unsafe or overloaded condition
  • No cover if you're carrying or storing explosives or flammables

Read Club 4X4's product disclosure statement (PDS) – available on its website – to learn more about the provider's policy exclusions.

Keep in mind you'll need to pay an excess to make a claim on your insurance. This is what you need to pay upfront towards the cost of making a claim. Excess options should be stated when you sign up. At the time of writing, the lowest excess available with Club 4X4 was $650.

According to Club 4X4, you could reduce your premium in 3 ways: paying for your insurance annually, increasing your basic excess or adding age restrictions excluding drivers below a certain age from cover.

Bottom line about Club 4X4 car insurance

Club 4X4 comprehensive insurance policy is both flexible and set up to meet a wide range of risks for drivers – whether they're on- or off-road at the time when trouble strikes. Cover limits are pretty competitive and you'll have choice that goes beyond cover for your 4WD and its accessories: you can also choose caravan, camper trailer, slide-on camper or 5th wheeler insurance.

Meanwhile, optional covers with Club 4X4 include roadside assistance and excess-free windscreen or glass cover. You can further boost your insurance with additional vehicle hire cover, off-road recovery costs and personal effects cover. You'll need to pay extras to add these features to your cover.

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    ZacharyJanuary 30, 2023

    Wanting to get my 1990 Nissan gq patrol insured through you guys it is lifted and has bigger tyres then factory and is mod plated. It had a lot of engine work and it will be used for both on and off road use.

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      JamesJanuary 31, 2023Finder

      Hi Zachary,

      We currently don’t have this brand on our panel. Please visit Club 4×4’s website to sign up for a cover.

      For further questions or concerns, you may ring them on 1300 296 296 or send an email to contactus@club4x4.com.au.

      All the best,
      James

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