Car Insurance and Rego

Rego

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Insurance

Green Card\

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The Green Card is an international certificate of insurance. As such it is accepted without any obstacle or cost by the Authorities of all 48 countries for which the Green Card is valid.

The Green Card certifies that the visiting motorist has at least the minimum compulsory Motor Third Party Liability Insurance cover required by the Laws of the countries visited.

 

1. How to obtain it?

A Green Card can only be issued by the insurance undertaking (or a broker) which is authorised to do so under the authority of the National Insurers’ Bureau. Motorists should obtain Green Cards from the Insurer who has issued their motor insurance policy

 

2. Language

The language to be used on the Green Card should be the language of the country of the issuing national Bureau, with the title of the document being shown in addition in English and French – both languages being the official languages of the Council of Bureaux.

 

3. Format

A Green Card can be issued in a horizontal or vertical format.

 

A revised Green Card format was introduced as of 1st January 2009. If a Green Card is validly issued under the old format for more than one year (e.g. 5 years) within the transitional period (between 1st January 2009 and 31st December 2010), it will remain valid for the whole duration of its validity even if its validity goes beyond the transitional period of two years. However, any Green Card issued under the old format after 1st January 2011 will no longer be considered as valid.

 

    The Green Card is not essential for all Countries!

The introduction of the Green Card System was an important contribution to make international traffic easier. Motorists wishing to cross the borders of the participating countries did not have to subscribe any new frontier insurance anymore, but saw their national insurance recognised in the visited country by the mere display of a Green Card.

Nevertheless it is obvious that a system of showing a document at each border-crossing is still time-consuming and creates possible obstacles to the free movement of persons and goods.

For this reason, encouraged by European initiatives, 34 of the 48 Countries participating in the Green Card System* have replaced the Green Card by a PDF icon Multilateral Agreement recognising each other’s MTPL insurance on the basis of the “territory in which a vehicle is normally based”. Consequently, for motorists from those 34 countries, the Green Card is no longer a required document when crossing the borders.

In most cases, a motor vehicle is normally based in the territory of the country of which it bears the registration plate. On the basis of that plate, the vehicle will be deemed to be properly insured (even if it is, contrary to the rules, not insured) and will be allowed on the territory of a visited country – provided that this country is also a signatory to the Multilateral Agreement. The national Bureau of the country in which the vehicle is normally based will guarantee the reimbursement of all damages caused by this vehicle in other countries, even if the vehicle would turn out not to be properly insured.

Motorists are therefore urged to find out from their Insurers:

– what – if any – insurance documentation is necessary for the countries to be visited;

– the extent of the cover provided by their own motor insurance policies for the countries visited;

– the procedure to be followed in the event of an accident in a visited country.

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From: @pacificprime.com>
Sent: Wednesday, 5 October 2016 3:37 PM
Subject: Quote – Travel Insurance

Dear

Thank you for your medical enquiry. My name is, and I will be pleased to help you find a suitable a short term medical plan.We work with two travel insurance providers: IMG and Bupa Global.I would suggest Bupa Global, as you choose freely hospitals to receive treatment with no limit or deductible. They provide excellent customer service and in regards to the benefits, this is the best insurance plan we have for travel.From experience my clients have found both companies very easy to work with; however, Bupa Global tends to be more hassle free.Please find quotes below for your comparison on both companies. Note that with IMG, you have your choice of level of coverage.*Travel polices can be taken up 12 months (1year) and then you can renew.

 

Travel quote for 12 Months (USD):

 

Bupa Global Travel

Bupa Global Travel

IMG GlobeHopper

IMG GlobeHopper

IMG GlobeHopper

Plan Name

Medical (PerTrip)

Medical + Non Medical (Per Trip)

Standard travel

Standard travel

Standard travel

Maximum cover per person

Unlimited

Unlimited

50,000

100,000

500,000

Geographical Coverage

Worldwide

Worldwide

EUROPE

EUROPE

EUROPE

Coverage Duration

365 day(s)

365 day(s)

12 month(s)

12 month(s)

12 month(s)

Deductible

None

None

No

No

No

Hospitalisation

Unlimited

Unlimited

Yes

Yes

Yes

Outpatient treatment by a doctor/specialist

Unlimited

Unlimited

Yes

Yes

Yes

Prescribed treatment by a physiotherapist/chiropractor

2,500

2,500

No

No

No

Provisional pain relieving dental treatment

300

300

150

150

150

Ambulance transportation

Unlimited

Unlimited

Yes

Yes

Yes

Medical evacuation/repatriation

Unlimited

Unlimited

Yes (Excluding Repatriation)

Yes (Excluding Repatriation)

Yes (Excluding Repatriation)

Compassionate emergency repatriation

Unlimited

Unlimited

50,000

50,000

50,000

Compassionate Emergency Visit

Unlimited

Unlimited

5,000

5,000

5,000

Home transportation of the deceased

Unlimited

Unlimited

Yes

Yes

Yes

Continuation of trip post treatment (must be pre-approved)

Unlimited

Unlimited

Yes (conditions apply)

Yes (conditions apply)

Yes (conditions apply)

Baggage – theft, loss or damage

No

2,000

250 (50 per item)

250 (50 per item)

250 (50 per item)

Theft of passport and/or cash

No

200

Yes

Yes

Yes

Baggage delay

No

500

No

No

No

Person 1  (47)

2424

3511

792

846

954

Person 2 (44)

2424

3511

792

846

954

Total Annual Premium in USD

4,848

7,022

1,584

1,692

1,908

Buy online

 

 If you wish to proceed with Bupa Global and acquire the policy for your required time frame, please click https://pacificprime.biz/ihi-travel/

 

If you wish to proceed with IMG Globehopper and acquire the policy for your required time frame, please click http://www.pacificprime.com/health-insurance-plans/short-term/img-online-travel/

 

 

Two things while purchasing

 

q  Please note that the address and country of residence you will enter into the form will be exempt from coverage. (As destiantion country please put SPAIN)

q  Upon payment, you will receive an email from the insurance company with details of your policy. Please kindly forward this email to me, so I can confirm processing. I have attached the brochures for your reference.

 

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to ask.

 

Best regards,

 

 

 

Sales Consultant – Pacific Prime
 

T +86 21 2426 6411

F +86 21 6467 0328

 

www.pacificprime.com

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