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Frequently Asked Questions
Is my information secure?
One of the most frequently asked questions is whether we have the ability to secure your information. The answer, of course, is that we take your privacy very seriously. When you give us personal information, we do everything in our power to ensure that the information stays secure.
Why won’t my password work?
If you think that your password is right, then you might try changing the case settings. Passwords are case sensitive, so one small mistake will make a difference. If you have forgotten your password, click on our “forgot my password” link for more assistance.
What is a car modification?
Some of the most frequently asked questions today are about car modifications. A modification is any change to the car that makes it different from the factory settings. This could include a big change to the vehicle or something that’s minor. If you are unsure whether your change is a modification, contact your insurance company and ask them specifically so your car insurance quotes are correctly loaded.
Why is my phone number required?
This information is required for your car insurance file. We promise not to send your phone number to any third parties.
What if the quotes that I got today are different from the ones I got yesterday?
Quotes can change in a flash, as the insurance industry is a fast-moving place. Still, we ask our car insurance companies to hold their quotes steady for an extended period of time, so you may be able to get your original quote honored if you’d like to go that route.
I need extras with my policy
If you need some extras when your compare car insurance policies, then you will need to filter the results. Our page allows you to search for whatever kind of coverage you need, so filter out those insurance providers that don’t give out extras along with their quotes.
What are all of the excess numbers about?
One of the most difficult frequently asked questions is about how the excesses work. When you see the term compulsory excess, this is the amount that the insurance company expects you to pay when you file a claim. This amount is different from the voluntary excess, which is the amount that you agree to pay when you take out the policy. The voluntary excess can be adjusted in order to get a cheap car insurance policy. When you see the term “total excess,” this is the amount that you will pay total if you want to bring a claim.
What should I do when the employers offer a different voluntary excess?
When employers come back with a different amount for the voluntary excess, you should adjust the filter. You should adjust the amount until you get back the result that you are looking for.
What are the different types of insurance coverage
You will see that there is more than just one type of insurance coverage. Fully comprehensive coverage is the type of coverage that insures you in a wreck, a third party in a wreck, and your vehicle in case of fire or theft. Third party insurance provides much less coverage, offering only coverage against damage incurred by a third party during a wreck. Another type of coverage is third party, fire, and theft protection. This accounts for third party coverage, while also providing some coverage for your own vehicle against fire and theft.
Each type of insurance is a little bit different, so not all people will find what they need with one sort of coverage. It is important to search for the type of coverage that suits your needs perfectly.