With the Christmas spending spree now over Citadel Insurance plc is offering its customers the chance to recover some cash with a wide array of new discounts and offers across its motor insurance policies that can give additional savings of up to 20 % off motor insurance premiums.
These discounts are being applied across a number of policies with special benefits for those with newly registered cars. This new offer applies to both comprehensive and third party fire and theft policies allowing those buying a newly registered vehicle to see considerable savings on their insurance.
These discounts also stack with a number of other savings that Citadel Insurance currently offers. Careful drivers with four years claim free period, drivers owning low emission vehicles and vehicles which are not used often can already benefit from specific schemes, as can customers who insure multiple vehicles within the same household.
Traditionally, multiple vehicle discounts have only been applicable between spouses. Now, Citadel Insurance has extended this benefit to allow all members of the same household to benefit. So, other members living in the same household can now be included in this scheme, allowing them to enjoy cheaper motor insurance.
Citadel Insurance is also offering a number of additional benefits to its policy holders, to include a number of free days of cover to be used while travelling with their car outside the Maltese Islands (in any EU designated state). In addition, new comprehensive policies come with one year of roadside breakdown assistance at no charge, while renewal policies can enjoy specially discounted rates on this service.
We encourage new customers to discover our excellent levels of service and affordable polices by calling on Freephone 8007 2322 or visiting our Customer Services Office in Floriana, any one of our Branch Offices or Tied Insurance Intermediaries. Citadel Insurance p.l.c. is a company authorised to carry on general and long term business of insurance and is regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority.