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Car Insurance for LDV

Whether you have an LDV van or people mover, compare car insurance quotes online today.

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LDV is building a reputation in Australia as a reliable manufacturer of utes and commercial vehicles, having also recently branched out to passenger cars. With so much variation in the models on offer, though, it’s little wonder the car insurance policies on offer can also vary so widely.

You can compare car insurance quotes for LDV quickly and easily online. See offers from  trusted insurers and sort them by price, excess and more. Get started today.

LDV T60 Max

How much does it cost to insure an LDV in Australia?

The cost of car insurance for your LDV depends on several key factors, such as your profile, the model you own and factors specific to the insurance company you choose.

The price of comprehensive insurance for a 2020 LDV T60 Luxe, for instance, could range from $957 to $2,894 annually (or $128 to $271 monthly). These quote estimations, however, were obtained based on a number of assumptions, including:

  • 40-year-old male homeowner living in Sydney (postcode 2000)
  • Excess of $900
  • Average distance driven per year of 15,000km
  • Only driven for commuting and private purposes
  • Maximum period without making a claim (no-claim bonus Rating 1)

The price ranges shown here were obtained in June 2023 from a variety of Australian car insurance companies. The actual cost of your insurance may vary depending on several significant factors which are unique to you and your insurer.

You can compare offers for all LDV models, which include:

  • D90
  • Deliver 9
  • eDeliver 9
  • eT60
  • G10
  • MIFA
  • MIFA 9
  • T60
  • V80

What factors can influence car insurance prices for my LDV?

Age and claims history

Your age and claims history play a significant role in determining your car insurance costs. Generally, younger and less experienced drivers tend to face higher premiums due to the perceived higher risk they pose on the road. Additionally, a history of previous claims can also raise your insurance rates.

Location and parking

Where you live and park your car can affect your insurance premiums. Areas with higher incidences of accidents or crime may result in increased insurance costs. Similarly, parking your car in a secure garage or off the street can potentially lower your insurance premiums compared to on-road parking.

Level of cover

The level of cover you choose for your car insurance can impact the cost. While third party property damage (TPPD) insurance is generally the cheapest type of cover, it also offers the fewest covered events. Assess your needs and consider the value of your car when selecting the best level of cover for you.

Driving frequency and nature of use

The amount you drive your car can influence your insurance costs. The more you use your vehicle, the higher the risk of accidents or claimable events. Also, how you use your car will factor into your premium calculation. For instance, if you’re a courier with an LDV van, you can expect to pay more for cover than a private-use vehicle.

Optional extras

Adding optional extras to your policy, such as roadside assistance or coverage for accessories, can increase your insurance costs. These may be included at no cost in some cases, but you may have to pay extra for them in others. Evaluate the value and necessity of these extras to determine if they’re worth the additional expense.

Types of car insurance for LDV

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