Category Archives: Rates

Understanding The Types Of Car Insurance

Comprehensive and third party cover: what do they mean for you? Choosing the type of motor insurance that you need and can afford to purchase for to cover your car is easily as important as choosing the right insurer to provide that cover. Unfortunately, detailed information can be hard to find, and many of those on the lookout for short-term cover for their vehicles end up having to rely on getting their information directly from the insurance […]

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In the case of car insurance one size does NOT fit all

Your situation determines your options Insurance needs are not adequately met with cookie-cutter solutions. Your unique situation in life produces specific requirements and the tailored option is certainly out there if you’re willing to identify and work around your limitations. Start by honestly, and thoroughly, considering your financial and home situation. Work out what your budget can realistically accommodate and consider alternatives if this amount isn’t enough for decent coverage. How about sharing a car with a […]

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So many types of car insurance, so little time

Important points to ponder A whopping 65% – 70% of South African drivers don’t have car insurance. This means that every time you get on the road you are taking a significant risk. To make matters worse, the consistent power cuts from Eskom are turning the country’s roads into the wild West, with people taking chances and behaving recklessly at every turn. While the government has considered introducing mandatory third-party insurance, thereby forcing careless drivers to pay […]

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Finding Lower Rates On Auto Insurance

Many people struggle every day trying to keep up with their auto insurance payments. The sad truth is that many of them are paying rates that are higher than they have to be. The question is, are you one of them? Here are a few pointers you should think about before you go shopping for auto insurance. They will help you get on the road with a bit of money still in your pocket. Make sure that […]

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