As an expatriate, you may buy or lease a car in Switzerland or you may choose to import your existing car to the country. In case you are purchasing or leasing a new car, you'll need to get it insured before registering the same. If you are importing the car from within or out of Europe, chances are that your present insurance provider will not cover the car in Switzerland. In either cases, we can help you in finding the right insurance cover, with zero hassle on your part!
Compared to a number of European countries, insuring and registering your car is a complex process in Switzerland. But we make this task easier by being your one stop shop. Whether you are buying, leasing or importing your car to Switzerland, we can take care of your insurance needs. Our experts can offer you proper consultation and the right insurance solutions, even if you do not purchase of import your car with us. Here’s why Autociel is the best choice for you.
Why go to another provider to insure your car? Whether you are buying, leasing or importing a car, we can take care of your insurance needs and deliver the car to you registered and insured, ready to drive. We can insure your car, even if it is not purchased from us.
We are here to take out the hassle of finding the right insurance when you arrive in Switzerland. With over 15 years’ experience of serving expats, we can provide perfectly tailored insurance to ensure you have a stress-free move. Our friendly service will put a smile on your face.
Being a high-volume service provider, we can help you get some great discount from our insurance partner. We help you get your car insurance done in the most cost-effective manner possible. Moreover, you get one contact person to deal with for all your car related needs!
We can not only help you get your car insured but can offer some awesome deals for other types of insurance too. Do ask our executive or Get in Touch with us for more details on this.
Being a high-volume business provider, our partner can get you very competitive discounts.
We strongly recommend entering into a contract for parking insurance. Parking places are usually narrow, and the incident of your car getting hit by another one or a car door is pretty common. Having a parking insurance means that you can repair the parking damages before selling the car. And this, in turn, can save you a lot of money.
In most cases you can cancel your car insurance every year. You can cancel the insurance in any case if you change your car and if you have a claim.
The partial Casco is a package that includes the following coverages: theft, natural hazards, fire, Animals, glass breakage, malicious damage, martens, parking damage and transported items.
It is the partial Casco, plus accidental damage coverage. Basically, this covers any damage that you accidentally inflict on your own car. This is known as “fully comprehensive insurance” in the UK.
No, as per the policies of the insurance companies, you can only pay the premiums annually or semi-annually.
No, the coverage is valid all over Europe, except for certain countries in the East of Europe. If you travel abroad it is recommended to have the so called “green card” handy.
Unfortunately, not. The law states that only vehicles with Swiss number plates can be insured by a Swiss insurance company.
You receive an invoice with the insurance policy as well as a payment slip (payment by e-banking) with a period of generally 30 days for payment. Unfortunately, you cannot pay your premiums with a credit card.
You need to have your insurance when we register the car for you. As soon as the car is registered, the insurance starts, and you are automatically covered.
If you buy a car, only the third-party insurance is compulsory. If you lease your car, you need to have the full Casco insurance. We strongly recommend the full Casco insurance anyway.
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