Scratch and Dent Cover from Bidvest Insurance

Don’t let chips and scratches dent your budget.

Mistakes happen. Tiny inconveniences could derail your day. You might dent your car as you leave for the office. You could scratch your car door on that pole in the parking lot. Scratch and Dent cover from Bidvest Insurance can fix it all.

The Bidvest Insurance Scratch and Dent policy is your shield against South African roads and all that they may bring. Our insurance solutions cover you for different types of vehicle damage repair.

The Bidvest Insurance Scratch and Dent policy is a monthly insurance policy that protects you – and your car – from any unexpected costs that may arise when you need to repair minor vehicle damage.

Why do I need a Scratch and Dent policy?

Your Bidvest Insurance Scratch and Dent policy works as additional cover for your car. Through your Bidvest Insurance Scratch and Dent policy, you won’t need to claim from your comprehensive car insurance policy, to manage those little dings that can burn a big hole in your pocket.

What body repair work am I covered for?

With the Scratch and Dent policy from Bidvest Insurance, your car is covered for body repair work on:

  • Minor dents
  • Scratches
  • Paint job
  • Bodywork & windscreen chips

How much cover do I get?

You receive up to R2500 (per claim) cover for repair on any scratch, dent, chips, or dings. (An Elite option is also available for a higher level of cover)

What other benefits does the Scratch and Dent policy have?

  • Tar Removal: You drive your car everyday. Sometimes, tar build up can ruin your bodywork. We give you up to R2500 cover per claim for any tar removal your car may need.
  • Wheel Rim damage: Sometimes when you scrape your car along the pavement, your wheel rims can get scratched and damaged too! We give you up to R2,500 to get those scratches and dents repaired.
  • Hail Damage: When nature strikes, we cover you for repairs by accredited dent remover.
  • Windscreen chips: A small stone or pebble could crack or chip your windscreen. We cover you for up to R2500 per claim.

Your car is one of your most prized possessions, and essential for your daily life. Bidvest Insurance helps you make sure it stays in the best shape possible.

Cover for you and for your car.

Bidvest Insurance offers a wide range of insurance products to meet both your personal and vehicular needs.

Insurance options for you:

  • Cyber Rescue
  • Panic Alert
  • Legal Angel
  • Personal Accident Insurance

Insurance options for your car:

  • Scratch and Dent
  • Tyre Angel
  • Theftbuster Plus
  • Warranty
  • Driver Assist
  • Key Angel

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