10% off Car Insurance

10% off when you take out a new KBC Car Insurance policy for the first year. With KBC Car Insurance, you get great rates and heaps of benefits, including:

  • Up to 55% No Claims Discount 
  • Superior Personal Effects cover up to €550 - Protect your personal belongings e.g. handbag, clothing, sports, equipment and childcare accessories (applies to fully comprehensive policies only)
  • Windscreen Cover - Covers all glass cover including front, side and back windows. Standard on comprehensive car insurance policies and is available as an optional extra on third party fire and theft policies.

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Alternatively, you can call our team today on 1890 37 38 39 for great value Car Insurance

More Benefits

  • 24 Hour Emergency and Claims Line - If your car is immobilised or you have an accident anywhere in the Republic of Ireland you should contact our Emergency Helpline on 1890 208 408. We will arrange for someone to come to your assistance as soon as possible. You pay the cost of such assistance but gain the benefit of special rates negotiated by our assistance company. Any outlay for which you are entitled to claim under your policy will be reimbursed to you
  • Driving Other Cars – Enjoy third party cover while driving other private cars
  • Personal Accident Benefits (comprehensive cover only) - Should you be involved in an accident, you are entitled to €10,000 in accident benefits and €30,000 in the event of death
10% off offer expires on 30th September 2019.

KBC Bank Ireland PLC is registered with the Central Bank of Ireland as an insurance intermediary (No. C26910). KBC Bank Ireland plc (“KBC”) has an exclusive agency agreement with Zurich Insurance plc (“Zurich”) for the provision of Motor Insurance. KBC Motor Insurance products are underwritten, administered and provided by Zurich Insurance plc. Your use of the Zurich website is subject to their privacy policy and terms of use. Zurich Insurance plc is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. KBC Bank Ireland plc is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.