TPD cover is available as an option with your RAC Life Insurance cover

Receive a lump sum payment of up $5 million cover if you become permanently disabled as the result of a sickness or injury and are unable to work again.

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What does TPD Insurance cover provide?

You will be covered for

If you become totally and permanently disabled due to sickness or injury and unable to work again, you will be paid an agreed cover amount as a lump sum (as this is an option with life cover, life cover will reduce by the amount paid).

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How much can I apply for?

Australian Residents between the ages of 16 and 59 who take out RAC Life Insurance can apply for up to their life cover amount (to a limit of $5 million in cover).

Note: If your occupation is Home Duties, the Domestic Duties definition for TPD will apply.

Maximum cover level

$5 million

Maximum entry age

59 years

Guaranteed renewable age

To 75 years

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Any questions
Call us on 1300 342 194 Monday to Thursday 6am to 8pm or Fridays 6am to 6pm. Or you can email

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The RAC Life Insurance suite of products (RAC Life Insurance) is distributed and issued by NobleOak Life Limited, AFSL 247302 (NOL). NOL and its representatives handle all claims. RAC Insurance Pty Ltd does not distribute, issue or guarantee these products. The information on this website is factual information only, and is not financial advice. You should consider factors like your objectives, financial situation and needs and read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and Target Market Determination (TMD) available via this website as well as our Financial Services Guide before deciding to acquire RAC Life Insurance.

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