Bingle car insurance

Bingle's overall rating for car insurance

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7.3 / 10

based on 290 reviews

Did you know that Bingle is under the wing of the Suncorp Insurance Group, one of the biggest insurers in Australia? Bingle offers drivers comprehensive car insurance policies that are not only straightforward and simple to understand, they’re light on the wallet too. We’ve summed up what it has to offer on this page, so start scrolling...

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Bingle car insurance FAQs

What’s covered?

A Bingle Comprehensive Car Insurance Policy covers car accidents, accidental damage inflicted on your vehicle and any damage you cause to someone else’s vehicle by mistake. If your car gets robbed, Bingle will be there for you too (but you’ll need to pay a higher premium if you want cover that will give you access to a hire car).

What’s not?

Keep in mind, if you opt for a policy with Bingle, there’s no roadside assistance, accidental death cover or cover for damage made to commercial signage by your vehicle. Note that baby capsules and seats are not included in this policy either. And like many other car insurance policies in the market, you can’t choose your own mechanic.

Optional extras:

Need more peace of mind? With Bingle you can pay more to include windscreen and window glass cover in your insurance policy. There’s also room in your policy for hire car cover (if a thief steals your ride) for a higher premium.


With Bingle your excess can range from $400 - $695. As a rule of thumb, the higher the excess the less you’ll be quoted for your premium. That’s because excesses in car insurance speak involves you accepting your risks financially to a certain amount before Bingle steps in and pays the rest of the damages.

So how can I apply?

Unlike some car insurers who have branches that you can just stroll right into, Bingle operates completely online so you’ll need to submit your application via its official site. And it only takes a few minutes too!

What’s the claim process like?

It’s very straightforward, all you need to do is visit Bingle’s online claims hub and submit an online form. Once that’s done, sit tight and Bingle will give you a ring in the next couple of days to update you on how your claim went.

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