ANZ Car Insurance
What Car Insurance Policies Does ANZ Offer?
ANZ offers customers three insurance options: Comprehensive, Third Party, Fire and Theft, and Third Party Only.
What does ANZ’s Comprehensive Policy Cover?
This policy covers legal liability up to $20m, damage to your car by uninsured third party drivers, excess-free repairs to windscreen and windows, trailer cover, locks and keys, emergency travel and accommodation and personal injury cover. There’s an option to add on roadside assistance, a no claims preservation extension and premium discounts for excluding drivers under 25.
What does ANZ’s Third Party, Fire and Theft Policy Cover?
This policy covers legal liability up to $20m, damage to your car by uninsured third party driver up to $3,000, tow & transportation of damaged car up to $500, and roadside assistance as an optional benefit.
What does ANZ’s Third Party Only Policy Cover?
This policy covers legal liability up to $20m and damage to your car by uninsured third party driver up to $3000.
What Don’t ANZ’s Car Insurance Policies Cover?
Like most other car insurance policies, ANZ will refuse claims relating to uninsured drivers, unsafe or unroadworthy vehicle use, damage to mechanical parts unless caused by an insured event, and punctures or burst tyres.
Cover can be extended to include roadside assistance, a vehicle–specific 24–hour “rescue service” to help with breakdowns, empty fuel tanks, flat tyres and batteries and other roadside problems.
What makes ANZ’s car insurance different?
You can enhance your protection by selecting from their optional benefits. Whatever you need from your car insurance, ANZ can offer a range of cover for you.
ANZ is currently one of New Zealand’s largest companies based on profit and assets. Nearly 20% of all employees in the New Zealand finance and insurance sector work for ANZ. ANZ employs approximately 9000 people throughout the country.
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