Comprehensive insurance is not mandatory, but it is advisable All car owners know that road accidents, bad weather, vandalism or even theft are not only annoying but also cost money. Helvetia’s comprehensive insurance pays for damage to your own vehicle. But what are the differences between partially and fully comprehensive insurance, and when is which one appropriate?
In addition to the above risks, fully comprehensive insurance also covers collision damage to your own car, for which you are responsible.
Helvetia always recommends fully comprehensive insurance for new cars as a matter of principle. For leased cars it is often actually mandatory. When buying a used car, your individual requirements are key for your choice of comprehensive insurance. Various types of supplementary cover can be added to both partially and fully comprehensive insurance. For example, parked vehicle damage insurance. This covers the repair costs if unknown individuals damage your parked car. More information can be found under Car Insurance. Helvetia wishes you a safe journey!
Off to the mountains at the weekend, a short shopping trip or the daily commute? Whatever you’re planning, with Helvetia car insurance you are always fully covered.