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AAGI Launches AXA†preferred Workshops
Last update: 20/09/2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 20 (Bernama) --†General insurance provider, AXA†Affin General Insurance (AAGI) has launched the†AXA†Preferred Workshops motor insurance, offering superior customer experience when it comes to road assistance, accident-related services and claims via selected and specially trained workshops.

Among other things, the new insurance plan†offers†faster claims approval,†high quality repairs and workmanship,†AXA†Road Rescue†services and unlimited towing option for selected add-on plans.

It also includes†a free ride to the police station and home, as well as car pick-up or delivery service, it†said in a statement today.

"We also encourage our customers to opt for selected add-on plans which†provide drivers and passengers with up to RM100,000 coverage for accidental death and permanent disability,†alongside compensation for loss of personal belongings due to car window snatch theft.

"Customers will also enjoy unlimited towing services in the event of an accident or breakdown,"†said AAGI Chief Legal and†Claims Officer,†Aisah Bevi Abdul Rahman†.

The insurance company said it had†embarked on a major transformation project to strengthen its claims services, adding†the company was committed to settling†motor claims below RM5,000 within four working days, and those above RM5,000 within six†working days.



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