When looking to set yourself up with a new car insurance policy, there are a few ways you can personalise it to suit your individual needs and driving habits.
For example, if you drive less than the Australian average of 12,000 kilometres per year,1 you may benefit from a ‘pay as you drive’ (or ‘pay per kilometre’) policy, which means you could pay less per year based on driving a shorter average distance. This is often appealing to drivers of multiple vehicles who use one car much more often than the other, such as using a regular sedan for day-to-day driving, while also owning a classic car for special occasions.
Another tailored option is a tracking policy, which requires installation of an app or a small device in your vehicle to allow an insurer to collect specific information based on your driving habits. From this, they can hyper-personalise a premium that better reflects your driving behaviour.
As car insurance experts, we want drivers to find a policy that best suits their individual circumstances, which is why we offer a free comparison service to help you look for one in minutes. If you find a policy that you’re interested in, make sure to check the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) prior to purchasing so that you understand exactly what you’re covered for and if there are any exclusions or limits.
But aside from designing your ideal car insurance policy, how about the car that you drive? Many people dream of designing their ‘perfect’ car, be it incorporating features from an old-school Ford Mustang or a classic Rolls Royce. No matter how much we try to look forward with new ideas and concepts, the practice of taking classic ideas and updating them for the modern age is nothing new, especially when it comes to cars.
Iconic models such as the Dodge Charger, Chevy Camaro and Mini Cooper have all been reinvented in the modern era, so we thought we’d have a go at reworking some of our other favourite classic cars.
Combining the past, present and future, we have taken some of the most loved classic cars and re-imagined them as modern vehicles.