Vero Car Insurance
What car insurance policies does Vero offer?
Vero has a choice of three levels of car insurance – comprehensive, third party fire and theft, and third party. All come with the option of excess-free glass replacement cover.
Vero offers its customers access to its network of approved repairers and S.M.A.R.T shops. Repairs made by these suppliers are guaranteed for as long as you own the vehicle.
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What’s covered by Vero’s Comprehensive Car Insurance Policy?
Vero’s comprehensive car insurance policy includes benefits including:
- Market value replacement
- New replacement for vehicles under 1 year old
- Cover for damage by uninsured vehicle
- Cleaning and valet costs following a break-in
- Legal liability of up to $20m for property, up to $1m for injury to another person
- Excess-free glass chip repairs
- Key and lock replacement, up to $1000
- Cover towards transport or emergency accommodation in the event of an incident
- Damage to trailers (hired or borrowed)
- No claims bonus
What’s covered by Vero’s Third Party, Fire & Theft Policy?
Covers legal liability of up to $20m for property, up to $1m for injury to another person, market value if your car is stolen or damaged by fire and up to $3000 if a car is damaged by an uninsured driver when not your fault.
What’s covered by Vero’s Third Party Policy?
This policy offers customers legal liability of up to $20m for property, up to $1m for injury to another person. This policy also offers up to $3000 cover if a car is damaged by an uninsured driver when not your fault.
What Makes Vero Car Insurance different?
Benefits of insuring with Vero include access to its nation-wide network of approved repairers and S.M.A.R.T shops, and optional extras such as excess-free glass cover and roadside assist.
Vero was founded in the UK in 1833 and arrived in New Zealand in 1994. It is part of the Suncorp Group – a major general insurer with banking, life insurance and superannuation businesses in Australia and New Zealand.