AXA Hong Kong & Macau has expanded its strategic alliance with journey and leisure e-commerce platform Klook to roll out a brand new automotive rental insurance coverage plan.
The Klook Rental Automotive Safety plan will supply as much as HK$42,000 ($5,372) of rental automotive extra protection and as much as HK$120,000 in private accident safety.
The plan additionally contains the alternative cost for the lack of journey papers within the rental automotive in addition to the lack of rental charges due to the lack of journey papers and or worldwide driving licences.
Parking and rental automotive alternative prices because of visitors accidents, non-refundable rental automotive charges levied on flight delays or cancellations, together with automated automotive rental insurance coverage extensions, are additionally coated by the coverage.
The prolonged partnership additionally goals to handle prospects’ rising demand for extra complete rental automotive safety plans amid a re-bound throughout the worldwide journey business.
Solely Klook’s prospects travelling overseas should purchase Klook Rental Automotive Safety.
As soon as prospects hire a automotive by way of the Klook app or web site and go for both the ‘Premium Package deal’ or ‘Tremendous Package deal Plus’ abroad rental automotive plan, they’ll acquire entry to AXA’s upgraded safety underwritten.
Moreover, Klook’s purchasers can assess their insurance policies and submit claims utilizing the Emma by AXA App.
AXA Hong Kong and Macau chief normal insurance coverage officer Kenneth Lai stated: “Constructing on the success of ‘Klook Journey Care’ launched final yr, we at the moment are providing a brand new rental automotive safety plan to offer added safety for our prospects and guarantee they’ll take pleasure in worry-free journey overseas.
“Transferring ahead, we are going to proceed to collaborate with Klook to handle extra buyer wants by additional increasing our product vary obtainable on Klook, and offering our prospects with extra numerous and complete safety.”