Vehicle Insurance

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Underwriting changes

Question… I would appreciate some input and opinions on a point that has been causing me concern for a while. It relates to insurers applying new rates and terms to policies mid-term just because the client has altered so...

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'D' plate insurance

Question… We have a situation where we insured a car repair workshop. He only took MD cover with one insurer and added cover for 2 D plates and additional premium paid. Liability cover is with another insurer. Our ...

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NZI crash scene assistance reducing the impact ...

It’s no surprise that heavy vehicles feature frequently in road accident statistics considering their large mass. In recent years, deaths from crashes involving trucks have made up around 20% of the total road toll in New Zealand,...

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A new entitlement to replacement vehicle hire c...

By Nick Frith, senior associate, Minter Ellison Rudd Watts

A recent New Zealand court decision confirms that drivers who are not at fault in accidents may recover the cost of a replacement hire vehicle from the at-fault party’s insurers. The decision will have substantial cost...

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Breakdown insurance stoush breaks out

Consumer NZ is advising car buyers who have been mis-sold mechanical breakdown insurance to demand a refund. Consumer NZ chief executive Sue Chetwin said the insurance was heavily promoted by car dealers and could add more than...

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Breaking the rules doesn’t always ruin cover

Under New Zealand law (Insurance Law Reform Act 1977, s 11), insurers cannot rely on a policy exclusion unless the excluded event or circumstances caused or contributed to the insured’s loss. The wording of s 11 can be summarised...

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