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. All of ANZ’s insurance products are underwritten by Vero.
What does ANZ’s Comprehensive Policy cover?
ANZ’s comprehensive policy includes benefits such as:
- Legal liability
- Agreed value replacement cover
- Excess free window and windscreen repairs
- Locks and keys up to $1000
- Varying limits of personal injury cover
- Up to $1000 of cover for removal car accessories or parts stored at home lost due to fire or theft
- Reduced premiums for excluding drivers under 25
You also have the option to add roadside assistance.
What does ANZ’s Third Party, Fire and Theft Policy cover?
This policy covers legal liability up to $20m, damage to your car by an uninsured third party driver up to $3000, tow and transportation of damaged car up to $500, and roadside assistance as an optional benefit.
Under third party fire and theft your car is covered for market value, not agreed value.
You also have the option to add roadside assistance
What does ANZ’s Third Party Only Policy cover?
This policy covers legal liability up to $20m and damage to your car by an uninsured third party driver up to $3000. It does not allow you to add roadside assistance.
What makes ANZ car insurance different?
ANZ has partnered with Vero to bring comprehensive insurance with great value for money. Its insurance is easy to manage, allowing you to view your policy information via ANZ internet banking, and ANZ offer multi-policy discounts.
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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