Service Plan items

Cambelt

Your cambelt has a specific lifespan and needs to be replaced at specific intervals. The cambelt constantly moves and may become cracked or brittle over time. It keeps the engine in sync. If not maintained it could lead to bent valves which are costly to replace.

Air filter element

The air filter element will protect your engine’s air intake from unwanted particles going into the engine and damaging its moving parts which will cause unnecessary wear-and-tear.

Oil filter

The oil filter will ensure only clean oil goes through your engine which is necessary for the optimal functioning of your vehicle.

Engine oil

The engine oil needs to be changed at specific intervals. The older your car’s oil gets the lubrication of the moving parts gets less. Engine oil prevents the premature failure and wear on the moving parts.

Pollen filter element

The pollen filter prohibits unwanted particles like dust from entering the cabin of your car. It keeps the air clean for your optimal health.

Sump plug gasket

Engine oil is kept intact by the sump plug gasket. If the washer from the gasket gets worn out the engine can lose oil and lead to engine failure. It is necessary to replace the sump plug gasket at the required intervals.

Spark plugs

Over time the spark from your spark plug starts to burn away. This causes misfires which increases fuel consumption. It is necessary to replace them for optimal power for your car and to keep fuel consumption regular.

Fuel filter

The fuel filter protects your fuel line from particles that can contaminate it and cause unnecessary damage.

Brake and clutch fluid

When the brake and clutch fluid of your car becomes old it loses its viscosity which can cause clutch or brake failure. The older the fluid gets the less it lubricates the necessary part which can lead to damage on the clutch and brakes.

Transmission fluid

Transmission fluid retains its lubrication effectiveness for a specific amount of time and needs to be changed at specific intervals. It lubricates your gearbox which is essential, otherwise wear-and-tear will happen quicker. Your gears can start grating and you may have to replace the gearbox.

Differential fluid

The differential is part of your gearbox and controls the different speeds your car’s wheels turn at. Your wheels will drag if you do not have a differential system. The differential oil keeps the bearings lubricated and premature failure may occur if it is not changed at its specific intervals.

Coolant

Your radiator keeps your car at a working temperature which is part of the cooling system and the coolant prevents rust and corrosion inside the cooling system. Corrosion can cause the water pump to fail and rust can block the radiator which will lead to overheating. Coolant prevents this.

Tensioners and pulleys

The tensioner keeps tension on your car’s cambelt  when it stretches and moves. It is needed for your car’s belts to function optimally. If it’s not maintained it could lead to engine failure.

Workshop Consumables

The workshop consumables like the tissue paper and cleaning materials used during the servicing of your car is covered.

Accessory belt

The accessory belt drives an array of items within the engine like for example the alternator, power steering or air-conditioner. If the accessory belt breaks your car can overheat, have no power steering or there could be no oil pressure to the engine. This can cause your engine to seize completely.

Maintenance Plan items

Cambelt*

Your cambelt has a specific lifespan and needs to be replaced at specific intervals. The cambelt constantly moves and may become cracked or brittle over time. It keeps the engine in sync. If not maintained it could lead to bent valves which are costly to replace.

Only included in selected plans

Air Filter element:

The air filter element will protect your engine’s air intake from unwanted particles going into the engine and damaging its moving parts which will cause unnecessary wear-and-tear.

Oil filter:

The oil filter will ensure only clean oil goes through your engine which is necessary for the optimal functioning of your car.

Engine oil:

The engine oil needs to be changed at specific intervals. The older your car’s oil gets the lubrication of the moving parts gets less. Engine oil prevents the premature failure and wear on the moving parts.

Pollen filter element:

The pollen filter prohibits unwanted particles like dust from entering the cabin of your car. It keeps the air clean for your optimal health.

Sump plug gasket:

Engine oil is kept intact by the sump plug gasket. If the washer from the gasket gets worn out the engine can lose oil and lead to engine failure. It is necessary to replace the sump plug gasket at the required intervals.

Spark plugs:

Over time the spark from your spark plug starts to burn away. This causes misfires which increases fuel consumption. It is necessary to replace them for optimal power for your car and to keep fuel consumption regular.

Fuel filter:

The fuel filter protects your fuel line from particles that can contaminate it and cause unnecessary damage.

Brake and clutch fluid:

When the brake and clutch fluid of your car becomes old it loses its viscosity which can cause clutch or brake failure. The older the fluid gets the less it lubricates the necessary part which can lead to damage on the clutch and brakes.

Transmission fluid:

Transmission fluid retains its lubrication effectiveness for a specific amount of time and needs to be changed at specific intervals. It lubricates your gearbox which is essential, otherwise wear-and-tear will happen quicker. Your gears can start grating and you may have to replace the gearbox.

Differential fluid:

The differential is part of your gearbox and controls the different speeds your car’s wheels turn at. Your wheels will drag if you do not have a differential system. The differential oil keeps the bearings lubricated and premature failure may occur if it is not changed at its specific intervals.

Coolant:

Your radiator keeps your car at a working temperature which is part of the cooling system and the coolant prevents rust and corrosion inside the cooling system. Corrosion can cause the water pump to fail and rust can block the radiator which will lead to overheating. Coolant prevents this.

Tensioners and pulleys:

The tensioner keeps tension on your car’s cambelt when it stretches and moves. It is needed for your car’s belts to function optimally. If it’s not maintained it could lead to engine failure.

Only if specified by OEM service summary

Workshop consumables

The workshop consumables like the tissue paper and cleaning materials used during the servicing of your car is covered.

Maximum of R100.00 excl. VAT

Accessory belt

The accessory belt drives an array of items within the engine like for example the alternator, power steering or air-conditioner. If the accessory belt breaks your car can overheat, have no power steering or there could be no oil pressure to the engine. This can cause your engine to seize completely.

Air-conditioner

The air-conditioner keeps the air in your car cool. You maintain its functionality by regassing it. The wear items will be replaced if necessary.

Alternator

The alternator makes sure your car’s battery charges. Without the charging of your battery you will not be able to start your car.

Battery

The battery drives everything electrical in the car. If the car stands for a long time the battery can swell and leak acid which will damage the paint. The battery will be checked at any standard service.

Clutch and clutch components

The clutch and clutch components link the engine to the gearbox of your car. It consists of the clutch plate, pressure plate, push plate and clutch pedal. If anything in this system fails there will be no link between the gearbox and your car’s engine. You won’t be able to change gears.

Cooling system

The cooling system and thermostat makes sure the engine stays at a working temperature. The thermostat will open up and allow the cooling system to circulate through the engine. Without this functioning properly it could lead to engine failure as the heat gage will overheat.

CV joints and boots

The Cv joints of your car connects the gearbox and gives power to the wheels. The CV boot has grease inside and keeps it intact. When the boot gets damaged the grease will leak and there will be no lubrication which can cause damage. Not servicing at regular intervals can lead to accidents or breaking down next to the road.

Cylinder head gasket

The cylinder head gasket makes sure that the oil and water channels don’t mix and are sealed off from each other. If it fails water might leak into the oil and vice versa which can lead to engine failure.

Differential unit

The differential unit is part of your gearbox and controls the different speeds your car’s wheels turn at. Your wheels will drag if you do not have a proper functioning differential system. This needs to be checked at regular intervals.

Drive pulleys

The drive pulley is the pulley on your car’s crankshaft and it drives all of the car’s belts. Without this your car will not be able to run smoothly.

Electrical components

The electrical components consist of items like the dashboard lights, the cruise control and starter etc. It keeps your car running and needs to be checked at regular intervals.

Engine

This refers to the entire engine of your car and all the moving parts.

Exhaust

Your car’s exhaust system carries away the gases created when the fuel and air are burned in the combustion chamber. Keeping your exhaust system in good working condition is vital for fuel mileage, the environment and your safety.

Excluding catalytic converter

Factory fitted default fuses and globes

The fuses protect your car’s entire wiring system. If there is a big surge in the engine the fuse will blow instead of a major component thus saving a lot of money.

Excluding xenon and sealed units

Factory-fitted door locks, boot locks and electronic ignitions

Your door locks, boot locks or electric ignition can become excessively worn out and will need to be replaced.

Front Brake pads

It is recommended to replace your brake pads at 4mm. Your car will have a wear indicator which you need to check. Never top up your brake fluid as this might cause your brakes to seize.

Replacement of front brake pads is limited to one set per 20 000 km travelled from plan sold date.

Front and rear brake drums

When your brake drums wear they eat away at the metal, the metal becomes thinner. There will not be enough of a gap for the brake shoot to push against the brake drum which will lead to brake failure. It is necessary to ensure the brake drums are in perfect condition to avoid brake failure

Replacement will be considered only if the component is outside OEM specification and skimming tolerance

Front and rear shock absorbers

The shock absorbers stabilize your car and affects handling. They are part of the suspension and keep your tyres on the ground at all times. If they are not in working condition the wheels will start bouncing which makes it dangerous to drive.

Fuel system (includes fuel pump)

The fuel system consists of items like the fuel tank, fuel lines, fuel pump and injectors. Without this system functioning properly the car will not be able to consume fuel and you will not be able to drive. It is costly if something goes wrong with the fuel system and needs to be checked at regular intervals.

Gearbox

Your car’s gearbox transmits the engine torque to the wheels and also provides various transmission ratios to enable the speed of the engine to be adapted to different driving situations. Without it you will not be able to drive at all.

Rear brake pads or shoes

It is recommended to replace your brake pads at 4mm. Your car will have a wear indicator which you need to check. Never top up your brake fluid as this might cause your brakes to seize

Rear brake linings

Limited to 1 set per 45 000 km travelled since plan sold date

Steering components

The steering component steers the car, if it wears it could lead to increased tyre wear and it will become harder to steer your car. If it is badly worn it will have an impact on the stability of your car on the road which could cause swerving.

Starter motor

A starter (also self-starter, cranking motor, or starter motor) is a device used to rotate (crank) the internal-combustion engine of your car so as to initiate the engine’s operation under its own power. Without this functioning properly you will not be able to start your car.

Transmission/Gearbox

The transmission refers to the whole drivetrain, including clutch, gearbox, prop shaft (for rear-wheel drive), differential, and final drive shafts. It is what gives power to your car’s wheels. When the transmission is damaged or not in working order you will not be able to shift gears or drive at all.

Turbo Assembly

The turbo assembly has moving parts which can wear over time. this will lead to power and torque loss which in turn will increase fuel consumption.

V-belts

The v-belt drives the fan of your car. If the v-belt breaks your car can overheat. This can cause your engine to seize completely.

Water pump

The water pump creates circulation in the cooling system. If you see fluid under your car you might need to get the water pump checked to prevent any further damage.

Wheel bearings

The wheel bearings make the wheels of your car turn freely. If they are too worn out or damaged they can seize and cause an accident.

Wiper Blades

The wiper blades help keep the windscreen clean and enables you to see clearly when it rains. It is unsafe to drive with worn wiper blades

Extended Warranty components

Clutch

The clutch and clutch components link the engine to the gearbox of your car. It consists of the clutch plate, pressure plate, push plate and clutch pedal. If anything in this system fails there will be no link between the gearbox and your car’s engine. You won’t be able to change gears.

Alternator

The alternator makes sure your car’s battery charges. Without the charging of your battery you will not be able to start your car.

Air-conditioner

The air-conditioner keeps the air in your car cool. You maintain its functionality by regassing it. The wear items will be replaced if necessary.

CV joints

The Cv joints of your car connects the gearbox and gives power to the wheels. Not servicing at regular intervals can lead to accidents or breaking down next to the road.

Differential

The differential is part of your gearbox and controls the different speeds your car’s wheels turn at. Your wheels will drag if you do not have a proper functioning differential system. This needs to be checked at regular intervals.

Drive pulleys

The drive pulley is the pulley on your car’s crankshaft and it drives all of the car’s belts. Without this your vehicle will not be able to run smoothly.

Electrical components

The electrical components consist of components like the dashboard lights, the cruise control and starter etc. It keeps your car running and needs to be checked at regular intervals.

Engine

This refers to the entire engine of your car and all the moving parts.

Fuel system

The fuel system consists of components like the fuel tank, fuel lines, fuel pump and injectors. Without this system functioning properly the car will not be able to consume fuel and you will not be able to drive. It is costly if something goes wrong with the fuel system and needs to be checked at regular intervals.

Transmission/ Gearbox

The transmission refers to the whole drivetrain, including clutch, gearbox, prop shaft (for rear-wheel drive), differential, and final drive shafts. It is what gives power to your vehicle’s wheels. When the transmission is damaged or not in working order you will not be able to shift gears or drive at all.

Turbo and compressor assembly

The turbo assembly has moving parts which can wear over time. this will lead to power and torque loss which in turn will increase fuel consumption.

Cylinder head gasket

The cylinder head gasket makes sure that the oil and water channels don’t mix and are sealed off from each other. If it fails water might leak into the oil and vice versa which can lead to engine failure.

Wheel bearings

The wheel bearings make the wheels of your car turn freely. If they are too worn out or damaged they can seize and cause an accident.

Gearbox

Your car’s gearbox transmits the engine torque to the wheels and also provides various transmission ratios to enable the speed of the engine to be adapted to different driving situations. Without it you will not be able to drive at all.

Differential lock

The differential lock on bakkies makes sure the inside wheels turn. It locks both wheels to have more grip on the surface and gives more power to the wheels. If it does not function properly you will not be able to drive on rough terrain as you might get stuck.

Transfer box

The transfer box connects the gearbox to the 4×4 system and engages the front wheels which gives it more power and grip for rough terrain.

Management system

This refers to the engine and transmission management control unit, sensors and solenoids and EGR valves. This is an important system and needs to be checked at regular intervals.

Casings

The casings refer to the casing of the important components of your car. It protects the components and keeps them in place.

Cooling system

The cooling system and thermostat makes sure the engine stays at a working temperature. The thermostat will open up and allow the cooling system to circulate through the engine. Without this functioning properly it could lead to engine failure as the heat gage will overheat.

Suspension

The suspension keeps your car on the road. A worn suspension will cause handing issues and instability which can lead to accidents.

Braking system

This refers to your brake pads, brake linings, brake drums and brake cylinders. This needs to be well maintained or you will not be able to bring your car to a stop.

Electrical winch

Electrical winches placed on 4X4 cars and ATVs are used to recover those cars from deep mud holes or tight locations. If not maintained this will not be possible.

Free wheel hubs

The free wheel hubs lock the front wheels of your car when using 4×4.

Radiator

If the radiator clogs up the coolant won’t circulate through the engine and could cause the engine to overheat which will lead to engine failure.

Emission control

The emission control uses sensors to pick up how much fuel your car is using, it controls the fuel mixture, controls emission and helps the car to consume fuel more efficiently.

Viscous and electric fans

The viscous and electric fan keeps the radiator cool. It is a manual fan which is triggered by heat and will engage when it is needed. If it fails your car might overheat.

Electric motors

This refers to for example your car’s wiper motor, starter motor and central locking. These motors need to be kept in good condition.

Electric mirrors

The electric mirrors of your car make it convenient to adjust the mirrors when needed. Inform the dealership at your service if they are not working properly.

Central locking

The central locking system can be mechanical or electrical. If it is not working you might not be able to lock or unlock your car.

GPS navigations system

The built in navigation system can be checked at your regular service interval if needed.

Entertainment system

If the entertainment system is not looked after you will not be able to listen to the radio.

Phone system

If the phone system does not function properly your phone will not be able to connect via bluetooth.

Transponder key

The transporter key refers to the key that starts your car. It communicates with the ignition. This covers the replacement thereof.

Alarms and immobilisers

This covers malfunctions and components where needed, without the immobiliser your car will not be able to start.

Front wheel drive unit

The front wheel drive unit of your car connects the gearbox and gives power to the wheels. The CV boot has grease inside and keeps it intact. When the boot gets damaged the grease will leak and there will be no lubrication which can cause damage. Not servicing at regular intervals can lead to accidents or breaking down next to the road.

Electronic ignition

Without the ignition system functioning properly your car will not be able to start at all.

Cambelt failure

Your cambelt has a specific lifespan and needs to be replaced at specific intervals. The cambelt constantly moves and may become cracked or brittle over time. It keeps the engine in sync. If not maintained it could lead to bent valves which are costly to replace.

Steering Mechanism

The steering component steers the vehicle, if it wears it could lead to increased tyre wear and it will become harder to steer your car. If it is badly worn it will have an impact on the stability of your vehicle on the road which could cause swerving.

RenewTech components

Windscreen damage

It is necessary to have clear vision when driving and this is done through a windscreen, if there is damage it becomes a hazard to drive.

Minor dents

Fixing minor dents in your car will improve the overall look and make sure the resale value stays high.

Centre console

The centre console of your car is the hub of your car and it is necessary to keep it looking good. Fixing any damages will keep your car looking as good as new and increase the resale value.

Dashboard

The dashboard of your car can easily become damaged and make the car look used. Fixing these damages can increase the resale value.

Door handles

Door handles can easily become scratched by rings or keys and make the car look used and old. Fixing these damages will increase the resale value of your car.

Door panel plastic

The door panel plastic of your car can get damaged. Fixing these damages will increase the resale value of your car.

Gear lever boot

The gear lever boot of your car gets worn out after time and will look old and used. Fixing the scratches and tears will make your car look as good as new.

Gear knob

The gear knob of your car becomes worn out after time. Repainting this knob will make it easier to change gears and increase the resale value.

Handbrake boot

The handbrake boot becomes worn out after time, fixing scratches and tears will make your car look as good as new.

Head rest

The headrests in your car can become worn out and torn, repairs to the cover  will make the car look as good as new.

Parcel shelf and strings

The parcel shelf behind the front seats of your car can become damaged and worn. Fixing these damages can improve the resale value of your car.

Plastic panel repair

The plastic panels of your car can become worn out and damaged. This can make your car look worn out. Fixing the damages will make your car look as good as new.

Roof lining

The roof lining of your car can sometimes become loose. This can make your car look worn out and old. Fixing the roof lining will increase the resale value of your car.

Rubber carpet inserts

Rubber carpet inserts get easily worn out due to frequent contact with shoes and feet. Fixing these carpets will make your car look as good as new.

Seat panel

The seat panels of your car can easily become damaged due to frequent friction from getting in and out of your car. Fixing these damages will make your car look as good as new.

Seat stitch

Sometimes the stitching of your seats become undone. Restitching the seats will make sure the material stays intact and look good.

Steering wheel respray

Constant contact with your steering wheel while driving can wear it out, we make it look as good as new using our respraying technique.

Sunvisors
Safety film

The safety film offers protection against hijackings, travelling stones or other road hazards. Keeping it maintained will increase your protection.

Light scratches

Fixing light scratches will make the car look as good as new and increase the resale value.

Stone chips

Fixing stone chips will make your car look brand new and looked after. This will increase the resale value.

Tar removal

Tar on the road tends to become stuck to the exterior of your car and influence its condition. Removing the tar will make your car look good and new, which will increase the resale value.

Wheel Rims & Mag Wheels

We can’t replace them for you, but we will definitely take care of the scratches, scuff marks and stone chips.

Tyre & Rim components

Puncture repairs

Unlimited for the period of the policy.

Tyre restriction

Only the damaged tyre or tyres will be replaced. All other replacement tyres will be for your account. A maximum of 2 tyres per year will be replaced.

R 4 000.00 maximum to repair or replace one wheel rim per 12-month cycle.

Wheel Rim restriction

The cover for a wheel rim damaged beyond repair is restricted to one rim per year.

R 2 500.00 maximum per tyre per 12-month cycle but subject to a R 5 000.00 maximum payable for all claims in one 12-month cycle Maximum of two replacement tyres per 12-month cycle.

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Deposit Cover

A Service Plan

A Service Plan takes care of the services specified by your car’s manufacturer. Following their guidelines is the first step in taking care of your car.

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Parts provided for by a Service Plan

  • Lubricants
  • Oil filter
  • Cambelt*
  • Spark plugs
  • Fuel filter
  • Air filter
  • Workshop consumables
  • Engine oil
  • Pollen filter element
  • Brake and clutch fluid
  • Coolant
  • Sump plug gasket
  • Transmission fluid
  • Differential fluid

Your car qualifies for a Service Plan if it’s less than 10 years old, (calculated from date of car registration) and has travelled less than 250 000 km.

*We will pay for the replacement of a cambelt or accessory belt only if it is specified by your car manufacturer at a specified service interval.

Only key items shown above. For the full list of items provided for visit the corresponding product page. Terms, Conditions and Limitations apply. List correct at time of publication. E&OE.

A Maintenance Plan

A Maintenance Plan takes care of the services specified by your car’s manufacturer and specified wear-and-tear items like brake pads, rear wheel cylinders, drive pulleys and electrical items.

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Parts provided for by a Maintenance Plan

  • Brake pads
  • Brake discs
  • Differential
  • Drive pulleys
  • Electrical components
  • Cylinder head gasket
  • Rear wheel cylinders
  • Accessory belt* and V-belt
  • Cooling system
  • Cambelt*

Your car qualifies for a Maintenance Plan if it's less than 4 years old, (calculated from date of car registration), has travelled less than 80 000 km, and has a full service history as per your car manufacturer’s requirements.

*We will pay for the replacement of a cambelt or accessory belt only if it is specified by your car manufacturer at a specified service interval.

Only key items shown above. For the full list of items provided for visit the corresponding product page. Terms, Conditions and Limitations apply. List correct at time of publication. E&OE.

A Bumper2 Bumper Warranty

A Bumper2Bumper Warranty provides for protection against unexpected mechanical breakdowns (like gearbox issues) and electrical failures, but not for the replacement or repair of items when wear-and-tear happens.

A Bumper2Bumper Warranty starts once your car manufacturer's warranty has ended, thus giving you extra protection when you need it. It’s valid for two years and can be transferred to a subsequent car owner.

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Parts provided for by a Bumper2Bumper Warranty

  • Cambelt*
  • Accessory belt*
  • Tensioners & pulleys
  • Rear wheel cylinders
  • Clutch & clutch items
  • Alternator
  • Air conditioner
  • CV joints and boots
  • Differential
  • Drive pulleys
  • Electrical items
  • Transmission/gearbox
  • Turbo assembly

Your car qualifies for a Bumper2Bumper Warranty if it’s less than 8 years old, (calculated from date of car registration) and has a full service history as per your car manufacturer’s requirements.

*This warranty does not provide for a battery replacement

*We will pay for the replacement of a cambelt or accessory belt only if it is specified by your car manufacturer at a specified service interval.

Only key items shown above. For the full list of items provided for visit the corresponding product page. Terms, Conditions and Limitations apply. List correct at time of publication. E&OE.

An Extended Warranty

Our Extended Warranty provides for ...

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Major parts provided for by a Service Plan

  • Lubricants
  • Oil filter
  • Cambelt**
  • Spark plugs
  • Fuel filter
  • Air filter
  • Workshop consumables
  • Engine oil
  • Pollen filter element
  • Brake and clutch fluid
  • Coolant
  • Sump plug gasket
  • Transmission fluid
  • Differential fluid

Vehicles that have travelled less than 250 000 km and that are less than 10 years old qualify for a Service Plan.

RenewTech

The RenewTech Plan takes care of your car’s condition inside and out by fixing things like windscreen chips, hail damage, scratches and damage to the dashboard. It’s like taking your car to the spa, giving her the treatment she deserves.

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Parts provided for by the RenewTech Plan

  • Windscreen damage
  • Minor dents
  • Centre console
  • Dashboard
  • Door handles
  • Door panel plastic
  • Gear lever boot
  • Gear knob
  • Handbrake boot
  • Head rest

Your car qualifies for a RenewTech Plan if it’s less than 10 years old, (calculated from date of car registration) and has travelled less than 250 000 km.

Only key items shown above. For the full list of items provided for visit the corresponding product page. Terms, Conditions and Limitations apply. List correct at time of publication. E&OE.

Tyre & Rim Insurance

Tyre & Rim Insurance will pay for the repair or replacement of your tyres or rims when damaged by road hazards.

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Parts provided for by Tyre & Rim insurance

  • Punctures
  • Blowouts
  • Damages by road hazards
  • Damages to wheel rims

Your car qualifies for Tyre & Rim Insurance if it’s less than 2 years old, (calculated from date of car registration), has travelled less than 40 000 km, has comprehensive car insurance cover and is in a roadworthy condition subject to an inspection by an approved service provider.

Only key items shown above. For the full list of items provided for visit the corresponding product page. Terms, Conditions and Limitations apply. List correct at time of publication. E&OE.

Adcover

Adcover takes care of the shortfall between your comprehensive car insurance payout and the settlement amount of your car finance agreement when your car is stolen, hijacked or written off. We’ll handle it with you.

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What’s provided for:

  • Credit shortfall
  • Excess contribution
  • Violation cover

Your car qualifies for an Adcover Policy if it’s less than 10 years old, (calculated from date of car registration), has travelled less than 250 000 km, is still financed through a finance house and has a valid motor comprehensive insurance policy, covering your car for the full market or retail value.

Terms, Conditions and Limitations apply. List correct at time of publication. E&OE.

Deposit Cover

Where your car has been stolen or hijacked and not recovered within 30 days of the date of loss, or has been damaged beyond economical repair, we will pay 10% of the sum insured on this policy towards a deposit on a replacement car, up to a maximum of R100,000 for any claim.

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Your car qualifies for a Deposit Cover Policy if:

  • It has an active motor comprehensive policy covering the car
  • It’s a private vehicle
  • It’s a light delivery vehicle
  • It has a gross vehicles mass of not more than 3 500kg.

Terms, Conditions and Limitations apply. List correct at time of publication. E&OE.

Vehicle Asset Finance

Applying for finance for a new or used vehicle has never been this straightforward. Apply for vehicle asset finance from the comfort and privacy of your home. Liquid Finance is brought to you in partnership with WesBank, a division of FirstRand Bank Limited. Buying your dream car doesn’t need to be complicated and that’s why we’ve made our online application easy.

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Benefits:

  • It’s simple and user friendly
  • It’s fast and efficient
  • It’s private and convenient
  • Receive a pre-approved answer within seconds
  • We offer a live chat for online assistance