Courtesy Car Excess Waiver

If you’ve been following the Acorn blog you know that we offer like-for-like courtesy cars in a range of circumstances, but particularly when you are in an accident that isn’t your fault. But what if you are in an accident while you’re driving one of our courtesy cars? It’s a reasonable question to ask in…

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Courtesy Car After Write Off

The phrase “written off” is used to legally define those vehicles that are so badly damaged in a car-accident or otherwise that to repair them is impossible, or simply too expensive. Vehicles are categorised as “written off” in circumstances where, because of that irreparable damage, they are considered too dangerous to keep registered and on…

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Like For Like Courtesy Car

Being involved in a car accident is a stressful, often traumatising experience for all parties involved. But despite the injuries that can be caused to the drivers and the passengers involved, they also ordinarily result in physical damage being done to the vehicles themselves. If you’re in a car accident, whether you caused it or…

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Specialist advice: car accident legal advice

Please note: Although Acorn is a car accident management specialist, it cannot provide specialist car accident legal advice. Nothing in this article is intended to represent legal advice in any form. If you require legal assistance, you should retain the services of a private legal professional or follow the suggestions at the bottom of this…

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How Car Insurance Works in Australia

When you’re looking at taking out car insurance, it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting. With all the different types of insurance available and the terms you’ll come across that may be unfamiliar, choosing the right insurance can seem tricky. To help you make sense of it all, here’s a brief look at the…

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