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There are three main types of motor 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 are 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 are at fault, but not your own. Your car is covered if it is 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 are at fault, but not your own. It's an affordable option that reduces your legal liability when you cause damage to others, but it does not provide cover for your car.
Learn more about car insurance
Choosing insurance can be complicated and confusing. These clear, simple articles provide general information aiming 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.
Based on age alone, most students will tend to have higher premiums because statistics show that younger drivers are more likely to be involved in accidents and therefore make claims on their policies. However, it is possible for students to lower the rate of their car insurance premium.
If you're female and looking for car insurance, you're in a good position. Car insurance premiums tend to be cheaper for women. 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 car insurance
If you don't use your car very much, a Pay as You Drive (or Pay as You Go) may be a cover option that suits. This type of policy offers a more flexible approach to car insurance than comprehensive insurance, as you only pay for the kilometres you usually drive, but you still get the same cover as traditional comprehensive car insurance.
Comprehensive car insurance
Comprehensive car insurance is all about offering maximum protection against the cost of damage. And since most collisions involve two or more vehicles, it's wise to make sure that your car has the right level of cover.
Greenslip and CTP explained
A greenslip, also known as compulsory third party insurance (CTP) is, as the term 'compulsory' implies, a legal requirement for all cars. In other words it is illegal to drive a vehicle which does not have CTP Insurance.