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Young Drivers insurance

Save heaps on car insurance if you're under 25 with AMI Young Drivers insurance

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What do you get?

If you're under 25 you could get at least a 50% No Claims Bonus* straight away. This is how we treat you like a good driver, saving you heaps. If you're 25 or older, you can still get a great rate on car cover.

*The No Claims Bonus applies to the premium amount before the application of any relevant adjustments and does not apply to government levies, GST or optional extras. Conditions apply.
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Half Price Breakdown service*

When you take out comprehensive car cover, you’ll get a whole year of Standard Breakdown Service for just $16. So we can come to the rescue for less.

*Promotion ends 25 June 2017. Terms and conditions apply.
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Student Multisaver discount

Save even more if you take out Renters Insurance with us too, and get a multi-policy discount.

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Agreed value

When you take out a Comprehensive car policy, you and AMI agree the amount we'll pay, minus any excess, if your car is written off.

How much will your car insurance cost you?

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What do you need to know about car insurance?

Types of car insurance

Comprehensive

Comprehensive insurance is our most advanced cover. It covers damage to your vehicle in the event of many kinds of unexpected situations, including (but not limited to!) accidental damage, theft, and fire.

Third Party Fire & Theft

Third Party Fire and Theft cover can be summed up as one that protects your car against fire damage and theft, as well as covering you in case you damage someone else's car or property. There is no cover for damage to your car in an accident where you're at fault.

Third party only

Third Party Only generally covers your liability if you cause damage to someone else's car or property. Your car is not covered. We do have a bonus cover called ‘innocent party protection' if an uninsured driver damages your car.


Of course there are some things your insurance won't cover. These are in your policy documents.

Frequently asked questions

  • What do I do if I'm in a crash?

    After a non-injury crash you should swap names and addresses with other motorists involved. You'll find handy crash notes in the AMI app, but the kinds of things you need to note down are:

    • When it happened: the date, time, location, weather conditions, traffic conditions & road markings/signs/signals. A quick sketch of the accident scene can often help here.
    • The cars involved: the make, model, registration number, colour, condition, estimated speed, direction, use of lights/indicators & number of passengers.
    • Who was involved: their contact details, description/distinguishing features of driver(s), contact details of passengers, pedestrians/other witnesses, details of any police officers involved
    • What was damaged: a description of the damage to vehicles/property and any injuries to people involved.

    If possible it's always useful to take photos of the scene, damage to your car and the other motorists' cars.

    If the crash involved another person's property, such as a fence, you should report it to the owner of the property within 48 hours of the crash. If the owner cannot be located, you'll need to report it to the police within 60 hours of the crash.

    All crashes resulting in injury (such as broken bones or a night in hospital) should be reported to local police as soon as possible, but no later than 24 hours from the time of the crash.

  • What if my car is modified?

    Depending on what the modifications are, we may still be able to cover you. If you're unsure about something, it's best to tell us. Give us a call on 0800 100 200.

  • Can anyone else drive my car?

    You won't be covered is anyone else under 25 drives your car, unless you're legally married to them or you have added them as a named driver to your policy. Call us on 0800 100 200 to add other drivers to your policy.

  • How do I reduce the cost of my insurance?

    There are a few ways you can try to reduce the costs. If you have a Comprehensive policy you could choose to exclude benefits, such as Rental Cover or Excess-Free Glass Cover, in exchange for a lower premium.

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