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See below for a snapshot of NAB’s car insurance products on offer for a 30-39 year old male living in New South Wales who does not require an extra driver under 25.
What types of car insurance does NAB offer?
NAB offers three different levels of car insurance cover. The lowest is Third Party Property Damage (a.k.a. CTP), which covers you for loss or damage to another person’s property when you are at fault. The next is Third Party Fire & Theft, which adds cover to your own vehicle in case of fire or theft. The highest level is Comprehensive car insurance, which also covers you for accidents. 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 NAB?
You can purchase a NAB car insurance policy by visiting the company’s website and getting a quote. You’ll need to supply multiple details about yourself, such as your car’s model and age, your suburb and parking arrangements, your age, sex and family status. If you need help applying, call NAB on 13 29 28.
How do you lodge a claim with NAB?
You can lodge a claim with NAB online or over the phone. To make an online claim, use the Allianz online claims form, which is fast and available 24/7. If you’d prefer to make a claim over the phone, use the Allianz 24/7 claims hotline by calling 1300 555 013 to talk to a helpful consultant. Here’s our guide to navigating the car insurance claims process
Disclaimer: Product Target Market Determination (TMD) available at nab.com.au/TMD
NAB allows you to add the following as optional extras on your Comprehensive car insurance cover:
- Protected No-Claim Bonus on your first claim in each insurance period
- Rental car provision following an accident: up to $100 per day for 30 days
- Removal of basic excess for windscreen claims, up to one replacement and two repairs
Yes, NAB allows you to choose between market and agreed value for your vehicle. If you’re not sure which one would be best for your vehicle specifically, here’s an article of ours that may help you make your mind up.
Yes, NAB allows you to nominate a higher or lower excess. 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. You can change your excess on Comprehensive insurance with the following options:
- Restricted driver excess – $2,500 any one claim
- Unnamed driver excess – $2,500 any one claim
Your NAB 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:
National Australia Bank (NAB) is one of Australia’s four largest banks, and provides a comprehensive range of financial products ranging from everyday banking and insurance to investment advice and superannuation. NAB was founded over 150 years ago and today boasts more than 10 million customers across Australia, New Zealand and the rest of the world. With more than 35,000 employees across 800 retail branch locations, NAB offers a ubiquitous presence across Australia to serve retail customers and businesses alike, no matter how large or small.
NAB is an active business in the community, providing numerous sponsorships and initiatives. One of its most famous partnerships is with the AFL and its Auskick program, which aims to promote the sport to Aussie kids. The company also runs the NAB Foundation and offers grants to numerous social purpose organisations, contributing $48.8 million to communities in 2016.