After reading reviews on a few, they all seem to fall into the same category of great when they're taking your money but difficult when you need it. They're all shitTheir claims really suck.. I mean, really suck. I haven't bought any myself but had helped a friend of mine try to chase up. You really are on your own to try and get anything from them. For the cost of extra $200pa on a $45-50k car - might as well.
I would agree with this about all insurance companies.After reading reviews on a few, they all seem to fall into the same category of great when they're taking your money but difficult when you need it. They're all shit
I even got a quote with youi which came in at $420..... I'm cheap but that seems a little too cheap for my liking.
Thanks for all your input. Think I'll stick with my current insurer. Have made claims with them before without to many issues.
Oddly, my current insurance on my 2002 Lancer is slightly higher than my quote on the i30N
Graeme, are u back in an N yet?I would agree with this about all insurance companies.
Nope early Nov.Graeme, are u back in an N yet?
A little birdie at the Brisbane Hyundai Information day told me what the quote was to fix your old car, all I can say is WOW! That was SO shocking after seeing the damage from your photos. Did the airbags go off?
Hey man, just moved your post here as it's closer to home. Like some above, I prefer the national / royal automotive clubs. I've got mine with AANT now, had RACQ when I was in QLD, RACV in VIC and NRMA in NSW. All of them have been a pleasure to deal with, responsive and reasonable when it comes to claims / breakdowns and towing - never any issues, ever. Last couple of decades I've had them bundle up home and contents insurance too for their discounts on multiple policies and they've been great when something has gone wrong.Do any Aussies have recommendations for insurance for this class of car?