Small damage to your windscreen could mean a big bill. If the damage is bigger than a 20-cent piece – or if there’s a small chip on the driver’s side – the whole windscreen may need to be replaced.
By adding optional windscreen cover to your comprehensive insurance, you’ll be protected against the cost of damage to your car windscreen. You can also claim without paying any excess.
Repairs you can trust
Our preferred supplier of windscreen repairs and replacements give Real Insurance customers a special price on windscreen repairs, minimising up-front costs to you. And repairs are carried out in accordance with the latest Australian standard, so you’ll know that the job’s done right.
You’re covered for the cost of repairing or replacing your front windscreen if it’s accidentally broken.
There’s no excess for the first claim of each insurance period.
Access to professional windscreen repairs you can trust.
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