We are committed to supporting our members during these unprecedented times.
Our number one priority remains the health and safety of our people, our members, and the wider Western Australian community.
We're here to help and support you in this ever-changing environment. Our branches and member service centres are open, our call centres are operating and our team is ready to take your call. You can contact us on 13 17 03 from Monday to Friday, 7am to 8.30pm, and weekends & public holidays, 8.30am to 5pm.
For members who need to make a claim, visit our Make a claim page, which provides the claim options available to you. You can also use myRAC, our online portal, if you need to make a claim or update your policy.
As usual, you can a get a quote or policy online at any time of the day or night for Car, Home, Caravan, Motorcycle, Pet, Life and Health insurance. If you have any other enquiries which aren’t listed here, you can visit our online Help Centre for a full list of contact options, including general FAQs.
Car insurance FAQs
These FAQs also apply to insurance you might have for your boat, caravan, trailer, motorcycle or electric mobility device.
If your scheduled appointment is coming up, please let us know about your situation and we can reschedule your repairs. If you’ve already dropped off your car (or other vehicle) but you’re not able to collect it from us, please get in touch with us to discuss your options.
Please make a claim online or over the phone as you usually would. We’ll then be able to let you know about the next steps and organise a suitable repairer as required.
The time it will take for your repairs depends on a number of factors, including:
- What kind of repairs your car needs
- Your repairer and their current workload
- Whether there’s a delay in the supply of any parts your car might need
Please speak to your recommended repairer before you drop off your car to get an idea of whether your repair may take longer than normal.
Yes, if your level of cover includes towing, we can still provide towing to a safe location. Contact us on 13 17 03 so we can arrange this for you.
Home insurance FAQs
This section covers questions related to building, contents, renter’s, landlord’s and personal valuables insurance cover you might have.
Any impact on your RAC Building and Contents insurance policy you hold with us will depend on your situation:
- If you’re working from home in a home office or surgery, there is no need to let us know.
- If you’re now using part of your home or building for the purpose of a business, trade or profession that we don’t yet know about, it’s important to call us and let us know.
- If your home or building is now being used to distribute products or for an occupation that carries stock (including jewellery or a gold merchant), the stock you have is not covered by your home building or contents insurance. Please get in touch to discuss your circumstances.
If you’re not sure about what may or may not be covered by your current home building and/or contents insurance policy now that you’re working from home, it’s best to get in touch with us to discuss your situation.
No, generally you don’t need to tell us. We only need to know if you’re working from home and now using part of your home for a business, trade or profession other than a home office or surgery.
If you have RAC Contents Insurance, you are covered for up to $5,000 for your home office or surgery equipment. However, if your office is used to store or distribute products for sale, or for an occupation that carries stock (including jewellery or a gold merchant), the stock you have is not covered.
If you’re not sure about work equipment which might or might not be covered by your current home insurance policy, please get in touch with us to discuss your situation.
If you have RAC Contents Insurance, any contents which have been provided to you or your family as part of a written employment contract will be covered against the usual insured events up to a limit of $5,000. You’ll find this information in your product disclosure statement.
Your usual contents cover will also extend to equipment you are leasing, for example if you’re leasing a laptop from a rental company.
No, your rent is not covered by your RAC Contents or Renter’s insurance if you’re not able to pay. We understand this is an extremely difficult time for many of our members and we recommend you speak with your landlord if you’re in this situation.
No, this is not covered by your RAC Building or Contents insurance.
Yes. Please call us on 13 17 03 to let us know before your appointment and we will reschedule the work for after you have recovered. Please follow government health guidelines relating to COVID-19 – and we wish you a speedy recovery.
Yes, please let our insurance claims team know. If a building supervisor has already attended your home, please also let them know about your situation.
The health and safety of our members, our people and the wider WA community is a priority for us. All of our suppliers are following the most up-to-date advice from the government to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Yes, you can. Just call the building supervisor who first attended your home or call us on 13 17 03.
Other questions about insurance
Here are some other questions you might have about the insurance you hold with RAC Insurance.