Woolworths car insurance

Woolworths
Woolworths's overall rating for car insurance

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7.2 / 10

based on 63 reviews

You might already do your shopping at Woolies, but did you know you can pick up a competitive car insurance quote from them too?

We’ve collected some of the need to know information about Woolworths car insurance policies below, so you can decide whether or not to pop one in your cart.

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Frequently asked questions about Woolworths car insurance

What does a Woolworths car insurance policy cover?

First things first, you’ll want to know what protection your new car insurance policy will give you. Here’s a rundown of some of the major things covered:

Keep in mind conditions and limits apply to most of these, so make sure you read your PDS carefully to know exactly what you’re covered for.

What optional extras are on offer?

There are a few things you can add to your policy to help tailor it to your particular needs. But keep in mind, if you do opt for these extras, you’ll likely pay a higher premium. Additional extras include:

How can I save money on my policy?

There are a number of ways to make your Woolworths car insurance policy more wallet-friendly. Some money-savvy strategies include:

What excess option should I go for?

If you choose a higher excess, you’ll generally pay a lower premium. Sounds great right? But the downside is, that means that in an emergency, your insurance policy will cover less of your repair costs.

So while you have the option to choose either a high or low excess with your Woolies car insurance, which one is right depends on you and your budget.

How is my premium calculated?

When working out your premium, what an insurer is really doing is trying to work out how likely you are to make a claim. The more likely it is, the more you’ll be charged. So some factors that may influence your premium include:

How can I pay my premium?

One of the good things about Woolworths car insurance is that there’s plenty of flexibility in how you pay your premium. You can use either credit or debit card, but most importantly, you can choose either one annual payment or monthly installments and the price won’t change.

How is Woolworths rated by customers?

Want to find out just what Woolworths customers think of their car insurance experience, in terms of things like convenience, trust and how easy it is to make a claim? Well, you can, by checking out our customer review section, where regular Aussies have rated their policies.

How to make a claim

You can make a claim on your Woolworths car insurance anytime of the day by calling the claims team, or downloading a claims form, which you can email or fax in.

Don’t forget that when you make a claim, you’ll need to have some information on hand, including the name, contact details and, if possible, licence number and insurer of any other drivers involved.

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