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Life without your car can be pretty inconvenient but not having car insurance could be even worse! Imagine getting into an accident with someone and causing damage to your car and theirs? Having comprehensive car insurance can help you get back on the road if your vehicle is damaged or stolen. Not only can it pay for repairs to your vehicle, but it can also protect you financially by paying for the cost of repairing the damage to someone else's vehicle and property when you’re at fault. It means you get can back on the road as soon as possible!

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Whether it’s your most prized possession or just a way of getting around, finding insurance cover for your car can be essential. That’s where Choosi comes in. We help you compare a range of car insurance policies based on your model, budget, level of cover and more, so you can drive with confidence knowing you’re covered for accidents and other costly mishaps. You can even compare policies for comprehensive, third-party, and third-party fire and theft cover.

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No matter what you drive or where you’re going, you never know what’s around the corner. But with car insurance, you can be sure that accidents, theft, or other damages to your car won’t put a big dent in your plans. That’s where Choosi comes in. We let you compare quotes for car insurance from a range of brands all in one place—for free! Once you find a policy, you can buy it for the same price as going direct. It’s that easy!

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There are three main types of car insurances available

Comprehensive car insurance

The most extensive level of car insurance that can cover damage to all vehicles and property in an accident where you're at fault, including your own.

Third party property, fire & theft car insurance

Can cover damage to other people's vehicles or property in an accident where you're at fault, but not your own. Your car is covered if it's stolen, damaged by fire or malicious damage.

Third party property damage car insurance

Can cover damage to other people's vehicles and property in an accident where you're at fault, but not your own. It's an affordable option that reduces your legal liability when you cause damage to others, but it doesn't provide cover for your car.

Learn more about car insurance

Choosing insurance can be complicated and confusing. These clear, simple articles provide general information to help you understand more about car insurance, how it works, and the benefits it can provide.

If you're new to driving, car insurance will be a whole new world for you. Here are some tips to choosing car insurance for the first time.

Young students tend to have high premiums as statistics show that younger drivers are more likely to be involved in accidents. However, it’s possible for students to lower their car insurance premiums.

Car insurance premiums tend to be cheaper for female drivers. While women are already at an advantage when it comes to taking out car insurance, there are other ways to help keep your cover affordable.

Pay as You Drive (or Pay as You Go) car insurance is a more flexible comprehensive insurance, as you only pay for the kilometres you drive but still get the same cover as traditional comprehensive car insurance.

Comprehensive car insurance is all about offering maximum protection against the cost of damage to your car and others. And since most collisions involve two or more vehicles, it's wise to make sure that your car has the right level of cover.

A Green Slip, also known as compulsory third party insurance (CTP), is a type of insurance that covers personal injuries to others arising from car accidents. As the name implies, this cover is compulsory for all vehicles. It is included in the vehicle registration in some states however is required to be purchased as a stand-alone policy in NSW and QLD.

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Frequently Asked Questions (Frequently Asked Questions)

Why should I consider car insurance?

A car is one of the most valuable assets that you’ll buy, and the cost of having to repair it in the event of an accident or replace it if it’s been stolen can be expensive. Having the right level of insurance can help cover you for this cost, as well as cover you for costs liable to you, if you cause an accident with another vehicle.

How do I add another person to my car insurance?

When arranging your quote, you may need to notify your insurer of all parties who’ll be driving the vehicle. In some instances, you’ll need to have details such as their driving and insurance history, personal details, and any driving claims or fines on hand.

If you already have existing car insurance and would like to add another person to your policy, simply contact your insurer to let them know.

Do you give a Rating 1 for life?

This will depend on the policy that you select. You should read the Product Disclosure Statement of the policy that you’re interested in to find out more.

What’s market value?

Market value is what the open market believes your vehicle to be worth at the time of its loss or damage. The value will depend on factors such as the age of the vehicle, the make and model, how many kilometres it’s travelled, and its condition.

When does my car insurance cover start?

When you’re applying for your car insurance policy, you’ll need to nominate a date for your policy to start, and as long as your application has been accepted by the insurer and you’ve paid your premiums, your policy will start on that date.

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If you’re keen to see if you can find a better deal on your car insurance, start comparing with Choosi today. It’s 100% free and once you find the policy for your car, you can apply for the same price as going direct. Happy driving!

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