mat wrote:There is an office in Cha-Am where you can buy the compulsory.
thebears wrote:mat wrote:There is an office in Cha-Am where you can buy the compulsory.
Ah, I see - many thanks. Are you referring to the Land Transport Office? I always go to the Land Transport Office, just north of the town, in order to renew the road tax. I didn't realise it was possible to also renew the insurance there. Is that where you are referring to? Thanks.
mat wrote:What Vincent writes is correct. I presumed you did not have a voluntary insurance
thebears wrote:...Please avoid any personal opinions on whether it is advisable or not to deploy a certain cover - a list would be more helpful.
Nereus wrote:Another point that people should be aware of: the maximum cover to a 3rd party vehicle under any class of insurance is 1 Million Baht by default. This can very cheaply be increased for about 100 Baht / Million on request. Write off a 3rd party 5 Million Baht BMW / Benz or whatever in an accident, regardless of you not being at fault, and you could find yourself up for a large liability.
mat wrote:Hopefully this gives you an idea.
VincentD wrote:That advice was given in good faith...
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