Leading insurer Suncorp, including its network of brands such as AAMI, GIO and APIA, is now six weeks ahead of schedule with more than 80 per cent of cars already repaired or payments made to owners.
Head of Claims Michael Miller said the insurer was working at a record pace with more than 18,000 cars repaired or paid for in six months.
“The hail storm caused more than $1 billion damage* across the State, so six months on we are still busy. The good news is our repairers are doing a great job, we are tracking ahead of schedule and we have the finish line in sight,” Mr Miller said.
“Our goal was to have 80 per cent of cars repaired by the end of July, so to achieve this six weeks early means more customers are back on the road sooner.
“We are committed to working at this record pace until the very last customer drives home. Suncorp has been operating dedicated ‘pop-up’ hail repair sites across Sydney and the Central Coast, collectively employing more than 270 technicians and support staff.
“We’ve partnered with hail specialists Australasian Hail Network and Wizard to boost capacity and ensure all repairs are done to the highest standards, backed by our Lifetime Guarantee,” he said