FAQ’s About Car Insurance In Kenya
School Bus Insurance Kenya
Motor insurance is one of the mandatory classes of insurance in the Kenyan market with the minimum being the Third Party Only (TPO) insurance. School buses therefore require insurance to be on the road as well. A majority of all school buses will be painted in a bright yellow with the name of the school inscribed across the side in…
Best Luxury Sports Cars for 2020
In this article we look at the top cars for the luxury sport segment.
Top 5 Luxury SUV Cars of 2020
For the start of the year, we have decided to look at the high-end segment of the SUV market. Looking at the Kenyan market, some of the most popular SUVs are the Toyota Land Cruiser, Toyota Prado, Range Rover, Land Rover Discovery and Nissan Patrol. In this article, we look at some of the latest models defining the luxury SUV…
5 ways to get cheaper car insurance in Kenya
Here are 5 simple ways to get a saving on your car insurance premium in Kenya.
GRIFFIN ONLINE CAR INSURANCE IN KENYA
Griffin insurance company has launched an online app based car insurance for the Kenyan market.
ALLIANZ Kenya Car Insurance
Allianz car insurance is one of the best motor products on the market with great price and top service
Why Car Insurance Rates Getting Expensive in Kenya?
With the car insurance industry making a loss of more than KSh 3.8 Billions in 2018, let’s compare Kenya, US and UK motor insurance rates to understand why.
Motorcycle Insurance Policy: Types & Cost
Compare private, commercial and PSV BodaBoda insurance covers and providers. BUY Online insurance in Kenya
Commercial Car Insurance: Costs & Benefits
Commercial motor insurance for own goods carriage and general cartage, comprehensive and third party only including personal accident cover, goods in transit and other addons
Car Insurance Coverage and Cost Calculator
Car insurance is the biggest line of business in the Kenyan insurance industry. It is a requirement for all cars on the road to have a minimum of third party can insurance as mandated by the Kenya Cap 405. The combination of private and commercial car insurance premiums totalled to KSh 45 billions accounting for 36% of the total general…