Your premium is how much you pay for your cover. This is calculated based on things like age, gender, driving experience and the type of car you’re driving. Because of that, everyone’s premiums are a bit different.
Your excess is a one-off amount that you pay each time you make a claim. Let’s say your excess is $500 but a repair job for a dinged-door only costs $350 – that cost is up to you. Any repair work that will cost above $500 is covered by AMI.
Yes, if you have our Comprehensive policy you’re covered for damage to your windscreen. You can also purchase Glass excess buy-out which means you won’t have to pay an excess if you make a claim for accidental damage to your windscreen, windows or sun-roof.
With our Third Party Fire & Theft insurance you also have the option of adding Glass breakage cover to your policy, which provides cover for accidental damage to your windscreen, windows and sun-roof and you won’t have to pay an excess.
If you purchase Glass excess buy-out or Glass breakage cover you won’t lose your No Claims Bonus should you make a claim.
No you don’t, but with our Comprehensive Car Insurance policy drivers under the age of 25 are not covered unless the optional Under 25 Driver cover is purchased and you’ll need to list them on your policy. If you have a Third Party Fire and Theft, or Third Party policy, you should also name any regular drivers who are under 25, as this will affect your excess.
Otherwise, anyone is covered as long as they have your permission to drive your vehicle, their liability isn't covered by any other insurance policy and they meet the same terms and conditions of the policy that you do.
With an AMI Comprehensive car policy you can extend your cover with the following options:
With our Third Party Fire and Theft cover, the following add-ons are available:
If you purchase car insurance online, only some of these options will be available, however if the option you would like is not available online, please give us a call and we’ll be happy to add the cover to your policy.
No. The value reduces with every renewal and you must check your policy documents to review the new agreed value. If you’re not satisfied with the value listed on your policy schedule, you can contact us on 0800 100 200, or pop into your local store to discuss.
If you use your vehicle primarily for business purposes, you may need to consider business vehicle insurance. Find out more about our Business vehicle cover.