If you’re after quality car insurance at a low price, look no further than Beyond Bank Comprehensive Car Insurance. With this flexible policy, not only can you choose your own repairer, but there is the option to pay monthly premiums if that suits you better.
The comprehensive car insurance offered by Beyond Bank is worth considering to protect your set of wheels if you're after flexibility and a solid amount of cover for your car and what’s inside it.
If you get in a crash, Beyond Bank has you sorted. You will be covered up to $500 for repairs to your vehicle without assessment, and if your car needs to be towed your policy covers reasonable towing costs as well as up to $1,000 in travel or accommodation costs. New car? You’ll get your car replaced if your car is written off within two years of its original registration.
With Beyond Bank Comprehensive Car Insurance, customers have up to $1,000 of personal property cover in the case of theft or damage. Not only that, if you have a baby seat in your car, you can rest easy knowing that you have an additional $500 in cover if anything were to happen to it.
Keep in mind, not everything is covered under a comprehensive policy. If you require a rental car after an accident, whether you were at fault or not, you must opt for this extra when you take out insurance. There is also the option to reduce the excess on your first windscreen claim each year to $0, but for an additional premium.
Beyond Bank Comprehensive Car Insurance could suit anyone who wants flexible options including choosing their own repairer and paying premiums on a time schedule that suits them.
Keep in mind there is a hefty excess for young drivers. You could face $600 for drivers that are under 25 and listed on your policy, and for unlisted drivers under 25 there is a whopping $1,800 excess to pay.
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