Auto Prestige

Your car is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make, so isn’t it good to know you can always make sure it looks its best, inside AND out!

Here's the deal

Scratch and dent repairs

  • You get R3,000 every three months to repair minor dents and scratches. That’s R12,000 every year. Your first R3,000 can be used to repair approved pre-existing damage.

Rims and mag repairs

  • You also get to fix scuffs, stone chips or paint defects to keep your mags looking like new.

Free interior repairs

  • Restore and repair your centre console, dashboard or door panel plastic, and fix tears, burns and stitching on upholstery at no extra cost.


About your benefits

  • You may use the maintenance benefit after your second consecutive successful debit payment.
  • You have access to a total of R12,000 every year, that’s R3,000 every three months.
  • Your three-month period is a 90-day period calculated from your first successful debit and every 90 days thereafter.
  • The first R3,000 can be used to repair approved pre-existing damage. This must be used within the first 90 days and is part of an introductory offer to new members.
  • The free interior repairs benefit is included at no cost to you. It can be accessed within every three-month cycle (provided that this is included in your policy).
  • Replacement parts or body panels are excluded.
  • Buckled, cracked or broken rims and mags are excluded.
  • There are limitations on the size of the interior damage.
  • If you get a new car you can change your vehicle – however the suspensive period of two successful debits in a row will re-apply.
  • If you get a new car, you will not be able to claim for preexisting damage, as this is part of the introductory 90 days offer on a new membership.
  • If you get a new car, you need to submit proof of ownership when you next claim.



The Unlimited is an Authorised Financial Services Provider (FSP No. 21473). Address: 1 Lucas Drive, Hillcrest, Durban, South Africa.

The Unlimited abides strictly by the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services (FAIS) Act of 2002


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