Tools & Tips
We’ve put together straightforward answers to some commonly asked questions, as well as tips and examples to help you better understand insurance.
What is Legal Liability?
Being covered for the unexpected is one of the reasons we have insurance. But it isn’t just about protecting your property; it’s also about protecting yourself from unforeseen costs if you accidently cause damage to someone else’s property.Read more
Six things to do before going away these holidays
When our insurance experts go on holiday they make sure their homes are secure and safe. We’ve put together some of their best tips to help you have a relaxing break, so you needn’t worry about what’s going on at home.Read more
Keep looking while you're cooking
Kiwis love their BBQs, but we all need to use a bit of common sense to avoid accidentally damaging other property – especially as foliage can be tinder-dry during our hot summer months. Here are a few thought starters.Read more
6 handy home life hacks
It’s fair to say we know our stuff here at AA Insurance, especially when it comes to handy hints and clever tips for helping prevent damage to the stuff you love, or at least making things a little easier. So, here’re a few ideas if you find yourself asking ’What do I do when.....?’Read more
Top three house insurance claim questions
There are a few myths and legends about what insurance covers, so we’ve put together answers to the three most common questions customers ask about the accidents that happen around their home.Read more
Tips to look after your house
Our house insurance experts know their stuff, and have shared seven clever ways that you can look after your property, to keep it in tip top condition.Read more
Time for a security stocktake?
Fortunately insurance is there to help you pick up the pieces after a break-in. But preventing the crime in the first place would save a serious amount of stress.Read more
The F word - fraud
Did you know that claiming for an extra pair of trainers that weren’t stolen, or for a mobile that was deliberately broken is considered insurance fraud? How about telling the insurance company that $1,000 worth of belongings had been flood damaged, when it was actually $100?Read more
Tick tock, change your clock
Remember to set your clocks forward an hour this Saturday night before heading off to bed, so 2am becomes 3am.Read more
House Insurance for beginners
Like most Kiwis, your home is probably your castle and your most valuable asset. So it makes sense you would want to protect it from potential damage and related costs. The obvious way to do this is by having an appropriate home insurance policy.Read more
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