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Enhance your plan with our optional benefits for each cover type

After you choose your cover type, you'll need to decide on your optional benefits. Why have we left these optional? Because not everyone's needs are the same and we'd rather you only pay for what you need.

Questions to ask yourself before choosing Optional Benefits:

  • Do you already have a favourite, trusted garage?
  • How good is your personal insurance?
  • Are you currently saving a lot because of NCD?
  • Do you frequently drive outside of Singapore?
  • Does your cover type protect you against all the things you need?
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In the event of a Total Loss or theft of your vehicle within the first 24 months of its first registration in Singapore, we will either offer cash compensation or a replacement car to you; it will be at DirectAsia's discretion and approval. You need to submit the claim to us first for assessment before going ahead with the new car purchase. We will advise you in writing of the method of settlement.
Depending on the different car accessory selected, the maximum sum insured can range from $1,000 to $5,000.

We do not provide a courtesy car, but you can take out our optional benefit called Loss of use.

With this benefit we will pay you a daily rate of S$50 to help you with transport costs while your car is being repaired (up to a maximum of 10 days per accident and 20 days per year).

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quotation-marks-04-(1).png One of my favourite things about our team is we don't use scripts. You call us, we listen and then we provide our advice about what you should choose. quotation-marks-05.png 

- Dawn, Team Leader of Singapore's Customer Care

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