It’s well known that cameras are used on Queensland roads to target offences like using your phone illegally while driving, or drivers and passengers not wearing seatbelts. Along with harsh penalties, this can result in Queensland drivers losing demerit points, and in some cases, their licences if they do the wrong thing.7
If you’ve lost your licence, had it suspended or incurred demerit points, it can be difficult to get car insurance - so make sure you’re doing the right thing on the road, especially in Queensland!
To start off, you’ll need mandatory Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance,8 which protects you from the financial impact of causing injury or death to others as the result of a motor accident.
From there, you can choose from a range of Youi’s car insurance options depending on your individual needs. Explore Youi’s Comprehensive insurance, Third Party Fire & Theft insurance, and Third Party Property Only insurance to see which might suit you best.
First of all, welcome to the Sunshine State! To get settled in your new home, you’ll need to make sure your car’s registration has been transferred from your previous address to your new one in Queensland within 14 days. To do this, you’ll need to provide a current Queensland safety certificate9 to a transport and motoring customer service centre.
Then, you should consider whether moving to Queensland has changed what you’re looking for in a car insurance policy. For quality cover in Queensland, consider Youi’s Comprehensive car insurance to protect your car from theft, accidental damage, storm, hail, floods and much more.3