What is Third Party insurance?
Third Party insurance covers damage caused by the use of your car to someone else's property or vehicle. When you are at fault, the costs of repairing damage or replacing a third party's property could be high, so Third Party Property Damage insurance covers you for up to $20 million. What does Third Party insurance cover?
Third Party insurance covers damage caused by the use of your car to someone else's property or vehicle. Bingle's Third Party Property Damage insurance covers you for legal liability up to $20 million.
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Third Party insurance is different to CTP (Compulsory Third Party). Third Party Property Damage Insurance covers you for up to $20 million legal liability for any damage the use of your car causes to other people's property or car. You are not covered for any damage to your own car or for injuries to other people.
Compulsory Third Party (CTP) (or GreenSlip) insurance covers your liability to pay compensation for injuries to other people.
Because we're so busy offering great car insurance at a low price, Bingle don't offer CTP insurance How do I contact Bingle?
Bingle is an online-only insurer. We don't have costly call centres to pay for, which helps to keep our insurance premiums low. Our online Policy Self Service puts you in control of your policy, and you can update almost everything yourself, from changing drivers to updating your payment or contact details.
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If you need some help, Bingle has answers to all your questions in our Help Centre (or in the Help widget on this page). For step-by-step guides on everything from cancelling your policy to paying your overdue instalments, it's all there!
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If you need to register a new email to access your policy, you can do that here.
If you don't know your policy number, our Policy Finder can help. Does Bingle cover learner drivers?
Yes, Bingle covers learner drivers (people on their Ls). There needs to be a listed driver in the car at the time of the incident to avoid the unlisted driver excess. The learner driver will then be treated as a listed driver, an age excess will apply if they are under the age of 25 at the time of the incident. Once the learner driver is on their Ps you may want to list them as a driver on your policy. Otherwise an unlisted driver excess might apply.
Find out more about learner driver insurance.