Takaful Malaysia launches flexi motor plan


Takaful Malaysia chairman Datuk Mohammed Hussein

KUALA LUMPUR: Syarikat Takaful Malaysia Am Bhd (STMAB), the general takaful arm of Syarikat Takaful Malaysia Keluarga Bhd, has launched Takaful myClick Motor FlexiSaver, Malaysia’s first flexi motor takaful plan with Pay As You Drive daily cover.

Takaful Malaysia chairman Datuk Mohammed Hussein said the plan suits the financial and protection needs of those who drive infrequently or own several cars and want to save on motor takaful or insurance plan.

“The Pay As You Drive daily cover available under this plan is ideal and rewarding, as we give customers the flexibility to activate it the day before they want to drive and will only be charged for the days they drive,” he said in a statement in conjunction with the plan’s virtual launch yesterday.

Mohammed said the launch of Takaful myClick Motor FlexiSaver signifies Takaful Malaysia’s unwavering commitment to driving product innovation and delivering superior customer value.

“Flexible protection plans are the future of the insurance and takaful sector. Offering insurance and takaful products in the new mobility space that are simple, flexible and usage-based is revolutionising the industry.

“Consumers have the option to pay for just the coverage they need, as and when they need it,” he said. — Bernama

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