At dotsure.co.za, we are passionate about creating fans, not just policyholders, by adding well-deserved value to your life (and pocket). That’s why we continually improve our products to be more in line with your needs. Hold on to your seats, because we’re adding more value once again with an exciting new benefit to your motor policy that will rock your world, especially if you are a pet owner!
Our motor policyholders will now not only be covered for motor-related emergencies, but also for pet emergencies! Your paw-passengers will receive accidental pet insurance which covers them in the unfortunate event of a car accident involving the insured vehicle. Now you will have peace of mind in knowing that you can afford to give your pet the medical care they need, and most certainly deserve, following a car accident. What’s more is that you will receive this paw-some added benefit at no additional cost. Well, this is definitely something to hoot about!
Veterinary expenses incurred if your pet was injured during a road accident while in your dotsure.co.za insured motor vehicle. We will pay up to R2 500 per pet* and R10 000 per event*.
We hope you’re just as excited about the new benefit as we are – because just like you, we also adore our pets! Now that your 4-wheel and four-legged babies are covered, you can hit your next road trip with even more confidence and peace of mind.
If you have any questions, whether about this new value-added benefit, or any other policy-related things, please feel free to contact us on 0861 368 7873 or send an email to email@example.com.
* T&C’s apply
dotsure.co.za is a product of Oakhurst Insurance Company Limited (FSP 39925) and Oakhurst Life Limited (FSP 44793), authorised financial services providers.
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