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AA Rewards Safer Drivers With Insurance Benefit


AA Rewards Safer Drivers for Life with Launch of New Insurance Benefit: Guaranteed No Claims Bonus for Life

The AA has today announced the launch of a ground-breaking new insurance benefit for its Members - the AA Guaranteed No Claims Bonus for Life.

Available exclusively to AA Members who are insured through AA Insurance, the Guaranteed No Claims Bonus for Life is a first for the New Zealand Insurance market and is a benefit that's unique to the AA.

Chris Curtin, General Manager of AA Insurance, said "We are really excited by this new benefit. Once you have an AA Guaranteed No Claims Bonus for Life you keep it, no matter what - as long as you're an AA Member and are insured through AA Insurance."

"We see this benefit as a lifetime reward for AA Members who are safer drivers. We strongly believe there has never been a better insurance offer made before in New Zealand," he said.

To qualify for the Guaranteed No Claims Bonus for Life, you must be an AA Member and have five-years of claim free motoring, as well as five continuous years of (comprehensive) car insurance in your own name. The Guaranteed No Claims Bonus for Life can be transferred when you sell one car and buy a new one.

AA Members, non-AA Members and all motorists currently with other insurance providers will also qualify for the AA Guaranteed No Claims Bonus for Life, simply by having five-years accident free driving, joining up as an AA Member and by having AA Insurance.

"This offer has only been made possible because of the special relationship that exists between the AA, AA Insurance and its Members. No insurance company has ever been able to offer a lifetime no claim bonus before in New Zealand, and that's why it's fantastic the AA is able to offer this exclusive benefit to its Members," said Mr Curtin.

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