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Shannons Car Insurance

Shannons Car Insurance Questions & Answers

Comprehensive, Third Party Legal Liability
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5 questions from our users

Josh S.

Josh S.asked

Car Insurance

Hey if somebody hit my back chrome bumper of my Holden HD with there tow ball causing a small dent would the bumper be repaired and re chromed or replaced with a new bumper ? Thankyou

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Bal D
Bal D

Haha, now that's funny. No sir. They could care less about 'motoring enthusiasts'. It will be bodgied up where possible. Repairers are getting to the point of refusing to work with Shannons / Suncorp because of their bodgy repair policies with cheap parts and labour. Read the fine print about choice of repairer etc. They'd sooner put a plastic bumper on and spray it with chrome paint.

Shaz

Shazasked

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Has anyone else had any trouble with Insure my ride changing to Shannon’s and not receiving any insurance renewals, reminders etc and then finding your not insured until you need it.
Very disappointed.

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Bal D
Bal D

Yes. I tried to claim on my Shannons Insurance and was told they couldn't even find my policy. Pathetic.

Hennie

Hennieasked

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If I let someone else drive my car and have comprehensive, would they be covered under my insurance or not?

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Josie
Josie

It depends on the insurer and the age of the other driver.

Akan
Akan

i think they have to be listed

KAWASAKI

KAWASAKIasked

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Does any one know what famous motorcycle insurance are like to deal with?

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iiJeebz
iiJeebz

Potato

Janice Harriott

Janice Harriottasked

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If a car is stolen and burnt out..Do i need to pay the excess upfront or do they take the excess from the claim?

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gav73
gav73

They take it from the claim .

thompson86
thompson86

Shannon will ask for the excess before starting the claim process and the refund the complete amount insured for

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