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Third Party Property Damage

Third Party Property Damage is our most inexpensive car insurance cover and is designed for drivers who want basic and necessary cover at an affordable price. It simply covers you against damage you cause with your car to other people’s vehicles or property.

 

Read more about our third party property benefits below

Property Liability Damage

 
  • Cover for your legal liability for damage or loss resulting from damaging someone else’s vehicle or property up to a maximum of $20 million.
 

Additional Benefits

 
  • We will pay for loss or damage to your car (maximum $5000) as a result of a collision with another vehicle where the owner or driver of that other vehicle is not insured for your damage.
 

Optional Extras

 
  • Roadside Assistance – If your car breaks down, gets a flat battery or flat tyre, you’re locked out of your car or lose your car keys, run out of fuel, or need to be towed, we have a 24/7 service to help you.

Got Questions? Insurance can be confusing. That’s why we have created a series of easy-to-understand articles about everything from benefits, pricing, renewal, claims and more to take the guess work out of insurance. BUYER'S GUIDE TO INSURANCE

Roadside Assistance

If you have a PD Insurance policy you can now become a Roadside Assistance member for only $89/year. This way you don’t have to risk the stress and expense of getting stuck due to breakdown, punctured tyres, flat batteries and more.

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