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Partial casco insurance. For environmental damage and theft.

Whether your car is damaged by martens, falling rocks or hail, you are covered with partially comprehensive insurance from Helvetia.
With BonusProtectionPLUS cover, your bonus won’t be affected if you make a claim
ProClima Bonus for environmentally friendly cars
Get automatic insurance for damage to a parked car with partial cover PLUS
Free choice of garage possible
15% online discount on your first annual premium now

What benefits does partial casco provide?

Partial casco covers damages to your car caused neither by you nor by other drivers.

Helvetia pays in the event of:
  • Damage caused by storm, hail, high water, landslide, avalanche, snow pressure and falling rocks
  • Snow falling from roofs and branches falling under the weight of snow
  • Damage caused by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions
  • Glass breakage of windscreen, side, rear or roof windows
  • Malicious damage such as breaking off wing mirrors or slashing tyres.
  • Theft
  • Fire and consequential losses resulting from fire-fighting operations
  • Accidents involving wild animals
  • Damage caused by martens
  • Damage to a parked vehicle with partial cover PLUS

Does partial casco insurance make sense for me?

If your car is already a few years old but still in good condition, partial casco provides you with ideal protection.

Damage you cause to your car yourself – e.g. in the event of a rear-end collision or scraping a post are not covered by partial casco. If you have a new car or you simply want to play safe, you’ll be covered in depth with a comprehensive insurance policy.

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