Understand why it is highly recommended to have two insurances to drive in Japan.
We arrange Compulsory and Voluntary insurance for your car.
Automobile Liability Security Law of Japan requires every registered car to carry Compulsory Automobile Liability Insurance (CALI).
This insurance only covers bodily injury liability and does not cover any damage to you or your car. The liability amount is limited to a maximum of 30,000,000 yen per person for death.
In general, automobile dealers arrange this insurance for their customers at the time of purchase and registration of a car.
Voluntary automobile insurance includes third party liability coverage and other coverage that CALI does not offer. This insurance is optional, however, virtually all drivers in Japan carry it because they fully understand the significance of it.
Major types of coverage by Voluntary Automobile Insurance:
- �� Third party liability coverage (bodily injury liability and property damage liability)
- �� Coverage for damage to the insured�fs own car
- �� Protection against uninsured automobiles coverage
- �� Self-incurred personal accident coverage
Insurance Inquiry Call Toll Free
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