We Are An Approved Automotive Glass Repairer
We often complete insurance work for the major insurance companies in Australia such as NRMA, APIA and Allianz. Sometimes these insurance companies supply us with job requests and other times we work with individuals, such as yourself, to help them through the process with their insurer.
If you have damaged auto glass on your vehicle that you want to get repaired and paid for by your insurance company please contact us. Each case is unique and we will advice the best way to go through this process depending on your situation.
We can help speed up the repair process to get you back on the road quicker. All while having repair costs covered by your insurance company. Contact us now.
What Level of Vehicle Insurance Do You Have?
All vehicles must have a CTP Greenslip before they can be registered to drive on NSW roads. However this level of insurance only covers you for damage that you may cause to other people while operating your vehicle, such as injury or death.
To protect yourself against the costs associated with repairing other people’s damaged property or that of your own damaged vehicle, you need additional cover. There are 3 main levels of optional insurance you can obtain for your vehicle with increasing levels of cover for each:
- Third Party Property – Covers you for the costs of damage to other people’s property for accidents caused by you.
- Third Party, Fire and Theft – Covers the costs of damage to other people’s property plus damage to your own vehicle from fire or theft.
- Comprehensive Car insurance – Most complete level of protection for damage to your vehicle and any third party property.
There are many insurance providers in the marketplace and each insurer offers different levels of cover for each of their policies. Being aware of your level of cover and the specifics of your insurance policy is extremely important.
There is nothing worse that causing an accident and not being covered for the damage you have caused. Depending on the outcome you could be up for tens of thousands or even millions in damage repair costs. Is it really worth is not having adequate insurance?
Involved in an Accident? Who was at Fault?
Sometimes even the most careful of drivers can run into an unfortunate accident. Hence why it is always best to have an active insurance policy to cover yourself just in case.
Dealing with accidents all day long insurance companies can quickly identify who is at fault. Once this “at fault” person has been identified, they are responsible for paying for the costs of all repair for the damage caused.
If you are involved in an accident we hope the fault does not fall with you. If you are at fault, we hope your level of insurance covers you for all damages caused. Paying an insurance excess of a few hundred dollars is always better than paying tens of thousands or more.
Need An Auto Glass Insurance Repair?
Smashed window or windscreen? Want to get the work done now and paid for by your insurance company? We provide a mobile service across all of Sydney, meaning we come to you to complete the work on-site. Contact us now and make sure to tell us all the details.