- Cost-effective for 20-year-olds
- No added excess for under-25s
- Flexible monthly policy
ROLLiN' offers decent coverage for a budget-friendly premium. It's not as thorough as other insurers but this is what you'd expect for a cheaper premium. It covers the basics with accidental damage, legal liability, damage by fire and theft and new car replacement. Plus it includes some benefits you'd typically pay more for, like excess-free windscreen damage. See below for how it compares to other popular insurers.
According to our research, ROLLiN' is one of the most cost-effective insurers. We researched 37 different providers in Australia, ROLLiN' came second for price. See below for how its pricing compares. Keep in mind, your quote will differ as it depends on your personal circumstances.
ROLLiN' offers comprehensive car insurance only, it does not sell third party policies. Its comprehensive car insurance policy includes:
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