Brokers urged to check motor policy wordings amid boom in green parts

fleet vehicles

Brokers are being urged to ensure they are up to date with changes in motor policy wordings, as the trend is escalating for insurers to use green parts.

Green (or recycled) parts are replacements for a vehicle that has come from another motor. In the past, insurers would use new parts that had come from the manufacturer.

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Allianz Commercial has refreshed its fleet policies to reduce repair times and prescribe the fitting of green parts.

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