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Posted 2008-05-08 23:21:43
I have a hard time understanding why AIA (that I currently use) will only give 3rd class insurance just because my car, Honda, is a bit older....(more than 10 years). What is the logic behind that? And can Thaivisa-insurance help with getting something closer to a typical 1st class insurance? (could be with deductable or whatever). Cheers!
Posted 2008-05-11 15:53:29
That's because good quality replacement parts are much more difficult to obtain. You may be able to get Class 2 coverage, though. (fire & theft only - without coverage for damage to the body).
If your car is less than 15 years old, you can now also get a form of 3rd Class coverage that gives you the options of Collision coverage, or Fire & Theft coverage, or a combination of Collision and Fire & Theft coverage.
There are a couple of companies that will probably sell you 1st Class coverage, but the coverage I just mentioned above is much cheaper and much more practical for an older car.
Posted 2008-05-12 11:13:48
Yes, we can help you. For vehicles under 15 years we can offer 2 + 1 which is Third Party, Fire & Theft plus an agreed amount for your vehicle if involved with another vehicle quite reasonable premiums !
Posted 2008-05-12 16:20:16
Too bad that my car just turned 15....dammit...that old bat! Cheers!
Posted 2010-03-04 22:58:09
So if you get a policy like this on a 14 year old car, will they drop you when it turns 15?
Also, with this policy, can you get your car repaired at the dealership garage?
Are there any options for collision coverage on a car over 15 years old?
Posted 2010-03-04 23:52:03
I insured my car on its 14th year with Thaivisa 2+1 AXA like he said, then I was renewed for 15th year without hassle; not dropped. AXA has very good call center service, from my experience.
However, just in case you do get dropped in the future, SCB Bank offers "Special 3rd Class" insurance for any age car for only 7,000. Your car will be insured for theft and damage (but not for electrical fire) for 100,000 baht, plus third party property damage 1 Million plus third party liability for injury up to 10 Million (1 million per person), plus more...
Edited by junkofdavid2, 2010-03-04 23:53:30.
Posted 2010-03-05 13:37:31
Thank you JunkofDavid.
Yes we can indeed now off the 2+1 insurance for vehicle up to the age of 20 years - good news for many
Posted 2010-03-19 14:40:34
Thaivisainsurance, that sounds good: is that 2+1 with AXA or whom? And you you specify the cover (damage on own car? to what level?) Cheers!
Posted 2010-03-19 15:44:36
AXA is one of several companies who offer 2 +1
As for the level of coverage, that obviously depends to a certain extent on the age of the vehicle.
Posted 2010-03-19 16:41:14
Sorry I meant AIA? I checked with you and they turned me down previously - so just wonder if something changed.
Posted 2010-03-19 17:02:47
Different companies different underwriting criteria
and for 'up country' there is a very good reason why fire coverage is necessary
Posted 2010-06-05 16:01:06
Can someone provide a link to the Thai Visa car insurance please.
Posted 2010-06-20 11:59:11
Another question on this thread can 'bail bond' be added on as an extra for an older car?
Posted 2010-06-20 13:51:00
No need to be 'added' - Bail Bond is included with the voluntary insurance e.g. 3rd Class
Posted 2010-09-23 07:06:06
Reviving this thread as really want to get my old bat of a car back on the road
So, can you still insure a 17 year old Honda with something more than basic 3rd class insurance and what would that be? Cheers!
Edited by Firefan, 2010-09-23 07:06:44.
Posted 2010-10-20 00:09:52
Try LMG, I have one 1992 Isuzu PU 4x4 with 3rd(madatory) & 2nd class @ 4,100./year.
Posted 2010-11-20 10:56:35
so my 1993 Honda 1.6L old bat would be able to get what from AXA (I like their free road side service add-on - and their service when I had them before was good).
I prefer cover for fire/theft as well as at least SOME cover for damage (limited to collision w. other vehicle only - but prefer if not limited by that naturally).
If not AXA do you have another option that will accept my above car with more than just standard 3rd class? Heard LMG will - and in this thread Siam Commercial Bank was also mentioned.
Edited by Firefan, 2010-11-20 11:08:44.
Posted 2010-11-22 16:35:51
Sorry Firefan but one has to start the insurance before 15 years - see junkofdavid2 above. At 17 years 3rd Class is your option.
Posted 2010-11-22 20:58:35
This may be a silly question, but...
is it possible to get car insurance that is just car (fire/theft/damage) and 3rd party insurance? i.e. not "life and injury of the driver" which is me and I already have adequate coverage for that.
Just want to be insured at a reasonable cost in case car is stolen or totalled...
(it's an 8 year old Honda BTW)
Posted 2010-11-23 11:38:28
Sorry it is not possible just to take out 'life and injury' of the driver as (apart from they are all standard packages) the insurance is for the vehicle not the insured in Thailand.
Posted 2010-11-23 15:46:28
I was asking the opposite...whether it is possible to get insurance on only the vehicle and not the driver.
Posted 2011-04-18 11:42:36
I think that's a very interesting question.
I currently have health and accident insurance through my employer and also a private plan that I purchased. Why should I also have to pay for it on my car insurance?
Edited by up-country_sinclair, 2011-04-18 11:43:21.
Posted 2011-04-18 12:38:22
Sorry no is the answer - these are standard packages and to start swapping parts in or out would end up costing you more in premiums.