United Arab Emirates Car Insurance
When you drive in the UAE you really should get comprehensive car insurance. Before you can register your car, you must have insurance. The insurers will need to know the year of the cars manufacture and may, in sometimes want to inspect the vehicle. Remember to take a copy of your Abu Dhabi driving licence, passport copy and a copy of the existing vehicle registration card.
Insurance policies in the UAE cover a 13 month period and rates depend on the age and model of the car. The insurers will also look at your previous insurance history. Please remember to bring along current No Claims Bonus paperwork. Check the small print of any policy, carefully, and make sure that the insurance is fully comprehensive as some are not. It is also well worth getting insurance cover for the Sultanate of Oman because if you plan to tour and go off-roading within the Emirates you may find yourself driving through small areas of Oman.
Comprehensive UAE Car Insurance
Comprehensive UAE Car Insurance is more expensive if you drive a sports vehicle i.e. a car with only two doors. For this and other reasons many omani's drive larger cars. Comprehensive insurance does carry a excess cost which is the cost before the insurance puts in any money. This cost varies depending on the agreement with the insurance company.
Car insurance in UAE is usually done through a car dealer. You should really look to get better quotatitions through Arabicinsurance.com and other insurance agents.
UAE Third Party Car Insurance
Third party car insurance cover is the most common car insurance in UAE. This cover pays out after the excess for any cars or pedestrians in the unfortunate event that you may collide with them. This is essential in that medical bills and more expensive cars will often incur far more expenses than your own vehicle.
These are the two main car insurance covers offered in UAE, namely comprehensive car insurance and third party car insurance.