Update: CGU Private Motor policy

Thank you for your support of CGU’s Private Motor policy.

Please see below a table that highlights the improvements that we have recently made to the policy.

COVER CURRENT AS OF 1 AUGUST 2017
Personal Items If personal items are 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).
We will only cover loss or damage as a result of theft or
attempted theft from a locked car.
The theft or attempted theft of personal items must be
reported to the Police.
We will not cover:
*money, cheques, financial transaction cards, property
used for earning an income.
If personal items are damaged in an incident or stolen from
your locked car, we will cover the cost to repair or replace
them, up to $1,000 (inclusive of GST).
We will only cover loss or damage as a result of theft or
attempted theft from a locked car.
The theft or attempted theft of personal items must be
reported to the Police.
We will not cover:
*money, cheques, financial transaction cards, property
used for earning an income
Motorcycle Helmets and
Protective Clothing
If your helmet or any other protective clothing is stolen from
your motorcycle or damaged in an incident, we will pay for
the cost to replace them, up to $250 (inclusive of GST).
If your helmet or any other protective clothing is stolen from
your motorcycle or damaged in an incident, we will pay for
the cost to replace them, up to $2,000 (inclusive of GST).
The most we will pay for any one item of protective
clothing is $1,000.
Emergency or Temporary Repairs If your vehicle 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)
The emergency or temporary repairs must be a result of an
incident we have agreed to cover.
We will need receipts of the repairs.
If your vehicle needs emergency or temporary repairs so
that it can be driven or used, we will cover the cost of
repairs, up to $800 (inclusive of GST)
The emergency or temporary repairs must be a result of an
incident we have agreed to cover.
We will need receipts of the repairs.