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Our insurance experts have analysed more than 30 of Australia's most popular car insurance policies to make it easier for you to find the best cover for your needs. Our picks are based on 2023 Finder Awards, customer surveys and Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) data. We only looked at comprehensive car insurance policies since it's the only type of policy that covers damage to your own car. Remember, what's best for you will differ from person to person so it's always best to do your research.
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Comprehensive car insurance is the best type of cover if you want full protection. It's the only level of insurance to cover damage to your own car as well as others. It's good for people who:
This covers damage to other people's property, including their vehicles. You can also add fire and theft protection for your own car. It could be good if your car is low value – for example, if you can afford to buy a new car if yours was written off in an accident. Third party car insurance is good for people:
This is mandatory car insurance and it's good if you can only afford the bare minimum. It covers legal and medical costs if you injure or kill someone in a car accident.
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