How do I cancel my SGIC insurance?

How do I cancel my SGIC insurance?

To cancel any other policy, contact us. If you’re an SGIC customer: Contact us to cancel your policy.

Is car insurance compulsory in South Australia?

Yes. In South Australia, it’s against the law to drive a car or motorbike unless you have paid for compulsory third party insurance (CTP insurance). Because your CTP insurance is part of your registration, you can’t register your car without paying for the CTP insurance.

What does SGIC Insurance stand for?

Critical Illness, Indemnity & Supplemental Insurance
Critical Illness, Indemnity & Supplemental Insurance | About SGIC.

What type of insurance is SGIC?

supplemental medical insurance company
SGIC, a supplemental medical insurance company, will be here to help you when you need us most. We are dedicated to the total satisfaction of our insurance policyholders and partners and are constantly innovating to make your insurance experience smoother.

How does SGIC insurance work in South Australia?

Day or night, help is only ever a phone call (or click) away. We’ve got the local know-how to know what really matters here in SA. The longer you stay and the more policies you combine, the greater the rewards. My claim was processed quickly.

Which is the best car insurance company in SA?

SGIC is a provider of car insurance, motorcycle insurance, ctp insurance, home insurance, business insurance, travel insurance, boat insurance and caravan insurance in SA.

Do you need car insurance in South Australia?

We’ve got it all here in SA – the beach, the Barossa and the mighty Adelaide Oval. But, we need our cars to really make the most of it. Our Comprehensive Car Insurance is the total package too, giving you a range of features to keep you on the road.

Where can I get compulsory third party insurance in SA?

Call us on 1800 633 176 (8:30am–5pm, Mon–Fri). Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance is a must-have for registered vehicles in South Australia. And things have changed, now you can choose us as your CTP insurer when you renew your rego.