NRMA’s top level of car insurance goes above and beyond to give you the peace of mind that no matter what happens to your vehicle, you’ll be covered. NRMA Comprehensive Plus Car Insurance comes with excess-free glass cover so you can take care of any inconvenient chips in your windscreen or any cracks in your sunroof with minimal fuss and without having to pay anything out of your own pocket. This policy also covers any modifications or aftermarket accessories that you may have added to your car at an agreed value and will even cover any tools of trade that may be damaged or stolen up to the value of $1,500.
Comprehensive Plus Car Insurance might be a premium level of cover, but NRMA rewards its customers with some serious discounts to make the premium more affordable. Depending on how many policies you have with the NRMA and the amount of years you’ve been a customer for, your loyalty discount could rise as high as 25%. NRMA also offers customers the opportunity to save as much as 65% on their premiums through one of the more generous no claims bonuses on the market, but this might take a few years to build up.
Who it's good for:
If you’re already an NRMA customer, it might be in your best interests to look at taking out NRMA Comprehensive Plus Car Insurance and reaping the financial rewards that come with the tasty loyalty discount. It is also worth noting that this policy is only available in New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania and the ACT.
While NRMA has scrapped the usual unnamed driver excess that many car insurers include, you could still be hit with a pretty hefty young driver excess that could climb to as high as $1,600 if someone under the age of 25 is in an at-fault accident in your car. Lastly, if you want to make monthly premium payments, you’ll be paying a higher premium than you would if you were to pay annually.