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No rise in claims for flood damage, say car insurers

  • Wed, 14 Feb 2018 16:22
SINGAPORE motor insurance companies have not seen an uptick in flood-related claims in the past two months, but a major insurer advised motorists to understand the scope of their insurance cover as flood damage is not included in some policies.
The Business Times


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