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HHTel wrote: ↑
Wed Aug 08, 2018 8:32 pm
Really! All the years here and I have asked the question with each company I've used and the answer's always been the same. No limit on claims and your premium doesn't alter. I can count the claims over the years on one hand. I've obviously lost out somewhere.
Maybe it depends on the type of policy? I can no longer get full comprehensive on my old Land Rover, it only has third party fire and theft. But there was no argument with a 30,000 Baht bill after I was rear end shunted. And they paid that out in cash, which I used to put a bloody great steel bumper on the back ready for the next idiot!
Base premium: 5,407.12
Endorsement premium: 1,545.00 = 6,952.12 total, less discount: = 3,476, plus S/Duty 14.00, plus VAT 244.31 = grand total: 3,734.43 due and paid.
I also have the total per accident upped to; 10 Million Baht that includes 5 Million Baht property damage.
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Always had first class. My wife drives the older one which I bought from new and as Nereus says, can no longer get 1st class on that because it's old.
My car at the moment is just 4 years old and never a mention of any discount. Only ever called them out once for a flat battery to get me started!