Why do you need motor insurance? 
Motor Insurance in Guyana is regulated by the Motor Vehicle Insurance (Third Party Risks) Act Chapter 51:03 of 1937, which requires all registered Motor Vehicle owners to maintain certain minimum coverage levels.

What does motor insurance cover?
Motor Insurance protects you when you are involved in an accident by paying on your behalf the amounts of damages you are legally responsible for, but only up to the dollar limit that you have purchased. If you have purchased sufficient coverage your personal assets will not be jeopardized to pay claims or lawsuits.

Benefits of Assuria’s Motor Insurance

  • Free Transferable Insurance to drive in Suriname.
  • Multiple Discounts on packages
  • Access to our Multi-Discount Card Program
  • Additional Coverages and extensions
  • Choice of Premiums and Deductibles.
  • ISO certification.
  • Fast claims handling
  • Professional insurance agents
  • Report a Claim online
  • Online assistance via Facebook Messenger
  • Online assistance via the website chat
  • Online assistance via WhatsApp

 

Information required for taking insurance

  • Articles of Incorporation and/or Business Registration
  • Nature of Business
  • TIN
  • IDs of Directors
  • Drivers Licenses of the drivers (for public transportation)
  • Vehicle registration
  • Import Document if vehicle is not registered
  • Agreement of Sale (if registration is not in owner’s name)
  • Use of the vehicle (private or commercial)
  • Purchase price of the vehicle
  • Vehicle available for inspection

 

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Claims process

Dos and Don'ts

Comprehensive Motor Insurance

  • Covers loss or damage to your vehicle from a fire, accident, theft and malicious acts.
  • Covers loss or damage to third parties for bodily injuries, death or property damage.
  • Two-country coverage: in Guyana and Suriname

Third Party Fire & Theft Motor Insurance

  • Covers loss or damage to your vehicle from a fire or theft.
  • Covers loss or damage to third parties for bodily injuries, death, or property damage. A third party can be a person or an object that you come into contact with during an accident.
  • Two-country coverage: in Guyana and Suriname

Third Party Motor Insurance

  • Covers loss or damage to third parties for bodily injuries, death, or property damage. A third party can be a person or an object that you come into contact with during an accident.
  • Two-country coverage: in Guyana and Suriname

Discounts

  • 10% Safe Drivers Discount
  • GPS Discount
  • Over 35 Discount
  • Fleet Discount
  • Multi Business Discount
  • No Claims Discount
  • Student Discount

 

Extensions

  • Glass breakage
  • Loss of use
  • Personal Accident
  • Under Insurance
  • AMER (Accident Medical Expense Reimbursement)