If your car or motorbike has clocked up a few kilometres in its time, then CGU Third Party Fire & Theft is a great mid-range insurance option for you. The best news? You can tailor the insurance to suit your budget and the way you drive.
Looking for total peace of mind? Find it with our extensive liability cover.
If your car is damaged by an uninsured vehicle and it’s not your fault, we’ll cover the cost of repairing your car (up to $5,000).
If your car’s stolen – or damaged in a bungled attempt at theft – we’ll cover the cost of a hire car.
If your car needs emergency or temporary repairs so that it can be driven or used, we will cover the cost of repairs, up to $500 (inclusive of GST) per incident.
If your car is damaged in an accident and cannot be driven or used, we will tow it from the scene to a place of safety, the nearest repairer, or any other place we agree to.
If your car is damaged in an incident or stolen from your locked car, we will cover the cost to repair or replace them up to $500 (inclusive of GST).
If the keys of your car are stolen, we will cover the cost to repair and re-code your locks and barrels, up to $1,000 (inclusive of GST).
If your vehicle is put into storage while we settle your claim, we will cover the reasonable storage costs.
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So even when the L plates are on, your car insurance counts.
If you’ve chosen the Nominated Driver policy under your CGU Third Party Fire & Theft cover, the learner driver must be accompanied by one of the nominated drivers on your policy.
Please refer to the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for full terms and conditions.
Let’s break down the name ‘third party fire & theft’ to show you exactly what you’re covered for if you take out this insurance:
CGU Third Party Fire & Theft car insurance comes with some added benefits that give you greater peace of mind. These include:
To fully understand exactly what you’re covered for, please read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS).
The cost of your third party fire & theft insurance policy depends on a range of factors, including your age, location, your vehicle’s make and model, and whether you keep your car in a garage or not.
You can lower the cost of your insurance by nominating two drivers to be covered on your policy.
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This depends on the type of third party fire & theft car insurance policy you’ve chosen (there are two to choose from).
With our standard Motor Vehicle Insurance Policy, your car is covered no matter who’s behind the wheel (note: some exclusions apply).
With our Nominated Driver policy, drivers under 25 years of age aren’t covered (except for learner drivers accompanied by a fully licensed driver aged 25 years or more). Anyone that’s not listed on your policy will incur a higher excess in the event of a claim, too.
It’s a good idea to read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before letting someone else drive your car.
Let’s face it. Younger drivers have less experience and can be more likely to have accidents. So if you’re under 25 years of age, you’ll pay a little more.
In calculating your premium, we look at the make and model of your car, and how much it would cost to repair or replace it.
Some suburbs have higher rates of accident or theft than others, which is why we’ll ask you where you usually park your car.
If you keep your car in a garage overnight, it’s much less likely to be damaged or stolen than one parked on a street.
Got a clean slate? We’ll lower your premium if you haven’t made any claims in the past.
We’re here to help you work out which car insurance policy is right for you. Our friendly CGU insurance specialists can answer all your questions, or you can turn to an insurance adviser for help in assessing your risk and working out the right cover for your needs.
Within this PDS, you’ll learn everything you need to know about what’s covered under your insurance policy – including things like exclusions and excesses. Go on, make yourself a cuppa and read it now.Car Insurance Product Disclosure Statement (PDF 455.92 KB)
Most of us just want to be sure that if we have a car accident, the associated financial costs will be manageable, but like lots of insurance, there are many types and levels of car insurance.Read the blog post
When possible, youâ€™ll deal with one person from CGU. Theyâ€™re here to answer your questions and support you throughout the claim.
Step 1. Call 13 24 80 with your policy number and any other information about the incident handy.
Step 2. We’ll kick off the claims process, and keep you informed every step of the way.Visit the Claims hub