Dodo Car Insurance

Dodo Insurance used to be a provider of car insurance, CTP/Greenslip insurance, home insurance, landlord insurance, and travel insurance.
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DISCONTINUED: Dodo no longer offers car insurance, however this page has been archived for reference. Click here to compare car insurance for your age and state from active providers.

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See below for a snapshot of Dodo’s car insurance products on offer for a 30-39 year old male living in Victoria who does not require an extra driver under 25.

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What types of car insurance does Dodo offer?

Dodo offers Comprehensive, Third Party Property, and Compulsory Third Party (CTP) car insurance. If you’re unsure as to which kind of car insurance is most appropriate for you, or don’t understand the differences between the different levels of cover, here’s our guide to the different kinds of car insurance.

How do you buy car insurance from Dodo?

You can purchase a Dodo car insurance policy online on the Dodo website, after comparing car insurance on the Canstar website. If you need help applying, you can call Dodo on 13 dodo (13 36 36), or use the live chat option on their website to talk to a sales representative.

How do you lodge a claim with Dodo?

You can lodge a claim with Dodo by calling 1300 885 996 (open Mon-Sat). Here’s our guide to navigating the car insurance claims process.

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Dodo FAQs

Yes, Dodo allows you to choose between market value and agreed value for your vehicle on their comprehensive policy. If you’re not sure which one would be best for your vehicle, read our article explaining the difference between market value and agreed value.

All Dodo car insurance policies have a lifetime guarantee on repairs for as long as you own the car. If you’re looking for a Comprehensive car insurance policy, things included as standard include $1,000 cover for hire vehicles following theft, emergency transport and overnight accommodation, and $1,000 cover for replacement keys/remotes.

Yes, Dodo allows you to nominate a higher or lower excess on their comprehensive policy. This may affect the cost of your car insurance premiums; a higher excess will typically result in a lower premium, while a lower excess will typically result in a higher premium. Find out more about car insurance excesses here.

Your Dodo car insurance policy will automatically renew if you choose not to alter it after receiving your renewal notice. If you’re not sure whether to renew or switch, here’s our guide to choosing, and if you do decide to switch car insurance policies, here’s how you do so.

Make sure you compare car insurance policies before simply renewing the same policy, so that you continue to get outstanding value insurance at a great price:

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Dodo Services Pty Ltd, trading as Dodo, is an Australian internet service provider (ISP) that was established in 2001. Starting with just internet services, it slowly expanded into services including mobile broadband, VoIP, home insurance, car insurance, gas and electricity utilities.

In 2013, Dodo was acquired by the telecommunications conglomerate M2 Group. Prior to this acquisition, the company had over 400,000 customers and 660,000 active services.

From time to time, Dodo offers promotional sign-up incentives for car insurance, home insurance, and their other products.

The table below displays a snapshot of comprehensive car insurance policies on our database that at the time of writing offer a no claim bonus that isn’t always impacted by hail and flood damage or theft claims. Please note the results are based on a 30-39 year old male who lives in New South Wales and does not require an extra driver under 25 (with link to provider’s website, ordered by Star Rating), so some products may not be available to you. Remember to read the PDS carefully to understand each insurer’s policy on their no claims bonus.

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Dodo Comprehensive Car Insurance

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Written by: Regina Collins | Last updated: August 15, 2017