Did you know, according to Police statistics a vehicle is stolen or vandalised every 21 minutes in New Zealand?
Be back on the road quickly with Builtin’s commercial vehicle cover. You’ll get competitive premiums and fast claims service from New Zealand’s largest insurer.
Our policy includes up to $5,000 to hire a replacement vehicle if yours is stolen. It also includes signwriting cover, no windscreen excess and other benefits.
A builder’s new wagon was stolen while they were away on holiday.
APPRENTICE CRASHED UTE
A builder’s apprentice went off the road in the company ute, causing extensive damage.
VAN CLIPPED CUSTOMER'S HOUSE
A plumber clipped the side of their customer’s house when reversing out of their carport, causing damage to both the van and house. The third party liability cover within the motor vehicle policy paid to repair the building damage.
A roofer’s trailer was stolen from outside a work site. As they are road registered trailers must be insured as commercial vehicles.
BRICKLAYER IN CAR ACCIDENT
A bricklayer was in a car accident involving another vehicle.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?Having your vehicles insured will save you thousands of dollars if they’re stolen or involved in an accident. Not to mention being able to get back on the road quickly if something happens. And if you’re responsible for an accident the third party liability cover will cover those costs too.
POLICY KEY FACTSThis is meant as a summary of the most important items of the policy. For a complete understanding of what it does and doesn’t cover you should always read the full policy wording.
The policy includes options for comprehensive/full cover, third party only and third party, fire & theft. Also included are:
- windscreen and window glass breakage (no excess)
- goods in transit
- recovery costs
- substitute vehicle following theft
WHAT'S NOT COVERED
- mechanical breakdown
- rust or corrosion
- consequential loss
OTHER THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
- an excess is payable for each claim
- the maximum amount payable is the market value of the vehicle or the sum insured, whichever is the lesser