Comprehensive Car Insurance in NSW.
Road tripping to Byron? Heading south for a snow trip? Maybe you’re driving up to the Blue Mountains to check out the Three Sisters with your three brothers. The thing is, most roads in Australia’s first state lead somewhere sweet – which is why comprehensive car insurance in NSW is as essential as an awesome mix-tape.
New South wheels.
Owning a car in NSW has plenty of perks – especially when there are so many great places to visit when you’re behind the wheel. It’s probably why there are more registered vehicles here than anywhere else in the country. It’s also probably why the average car in NSW travels more than 12,800 kilometres a year. But whether you’re from Sydney or Singleton, you should have comprehensive car insurance or third party insurance to keep you covered.
And that’s not just because Sydney traffic can get a little hairy during peak hour. Unfortunately, NSW has its fair share of bingles – with 17,562 crashes reported in 2013. 15% of those alone were rear end crashes in a Metropolitan area, too.
Theft is higher here than in most of the other states, too. In 2014, 14,814 hot rides became hot property for thieves with 29 cars stolen for every 10,000 registered. And if you’re the proud owner of a Holden Commodore, a Toyota Hilux or a Hyundai Excel? Well, we hate to be the bearer of bad news – but these were the most commonly nicked cars.
Looking for comprehensive car insurance?
Because you’re already on our website. At Bingle, we’re all about providing low-cost comprehensive car insurance to drivers all over NSW.
That’s why we do everything online. It means we can cut out some of those pricey overheads, and put them towards more affordable policies. And those policies are easy to set up too. We won’t ask you pages and pages of questions – just the necessities.
It’s paying off for drivers like you.
When you compare comprehensive car insurance in NSW with other providers, it’s easy to see why Bingle’s a no-brainer.
The good news is you can see for yourself – and get a quote right here
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