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Renewed my policy last month went up by 300bt. Can't fault them.

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On 11/23/2019 at 8:32 PM, falang1969 said:

Insured with them the other day, every other company has always wanted around the 15k mark premium for a 2011 Isuzu Dmax 4 door.

 

So never bothered getting Class 1 insurance in the past.

 

The annual premium with Roojai was 5500bht!

 

Class 1 insurance, any driver over 25, a 5k excess (which was voluntary), 460k coverage for own car, chose the breakdown roadside assistance, 3rd party property cover is BHT5m and BHT2m for personal 3rd party per person + all the other "normal coverage".

 

They do a video call to look at your vehicle and take photos at the same time, all documentation arrived this week.

 

I guess they can offer these premiums as their overheads are very low, no regional offices all over the country with 100's of staff pushing bits of paper around in each office, salaries, rents, bills etc etc. They have one central location for everything, it seems. 

 

Makes complete sense to me!

 

 

 

 

 

They sent a guy over to inspect our car which was about 2 1/2 years old at the time. He spent about an hour going over the car, including using some unusual gauges and meters and things I had never seen before. He spent a lot of time inspecting the tires and brakes. He probably took over 30 images! I believe he also took a sample of the paint! He also "interviewed" the wife and I. It was odd.

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Hi Guys

I have a 20 years old VW, still going strong,

Anyone knows if they do offer roadside assist ?

What Cover should I buy ?

Thanks for your input

Warmest

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26 minutes ago, KaputtAlreadyNa said:

Hi Guys

I have a 20 years old VW, still going strong,

Anyone knows if they do offer roadside assist ?

What Cover should I buy ?

Thanks for your input

Warmest

Call them, excellent English spoken. 

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