The age groups most likely to be involved in a motor accident
13 June 2019
The 2018 AAMI Crash Index has revealed 41- to -50-years-olds made the msot motor vehicle claims during 2017/2018 financial year.
The data looks at claims from AAMI, part of the suncorp Network. It showed some interesting statistics about motor vehicle accident claims
Motor vehicle claims by age group
2017/2018 financial year
- 41- to 50-year-olds were actually the most represented group (22.05%),
- followed by 31- to 40-year-olds (20.29%).
- The under 20 age bracket was the second least likely to make a car insurance claim (1.76%),
- with the 21-30 age group making up just 13.29% of all claims.
Motor vehicle and motorbike claim volumes by age group
When considering car insurance, it’s important to ensure that you’re adequately covered for every situation. Whether it be damage done to another person’s car caused by your vehicle, accidental loss or damage to your own car, or damage caused by an uninsured driver, it’s best not to leave anything to chance. There are different levels of insurance available, so take the time to read up and see which one best suits you.
What else did we learn from the 2018 AAMI Crash Index?
The 2018 AAMI Crash Index also revealed that most car accidents where a claim was made occured in victoria, which had 36% of all claims across the country.
In every state except Tasmania, nose-to-tail collisions were the most common type of motor vehicle claim. In Tasmania, collision with a stationary object made up the highest percentage of claim types (29%). Fortunately, there’s an insurance option for many car incidents. Check out the Comprehensive Car Insurance and Third Party Car Insurance to see what could be covered by each, so you can feel reassured the next time you take your set of wheels for a spin!
Motor claim types by state
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