Thailand: PTT Blue Card Members Offer

Thailand: PTT Blue Card Members Offer

3 million PTT Blue Card members who have continually supported PTT products and services are being offered free Songkran Travel Insurance from Dhipaya Insurance to assure safe travel and accident protection.

This is for all PTT Blue Card customers who fill at PTT stations on any purchase and register from now until 30 April. Once registered, the insurance policy has a duration of 30 days.

“PTT adhered to the business principles of security, safety, health, and environment. The goal is to promote the public awareness of safe driving, accident reduction, and better quality of life for employees, business partners, community, and Thai society. This campaign not only increased a safety awareness, but also ensured all passengers on the road with peace of mind during upcoming Songkran holidays,” said Tevin Vongvanich, President & Chief Executive Officer, PTT Public Company Limited (PTT).

Dr. Sutthipol Thaweechaikarn, Secretary of the Office of Insurance Commission (OIC) said that Songkran Travel Insurance or 10-Baht insurance was a new approach in the industry to introduce affordable insurance in consumer goods and service business. According to each company’s specification, the entrepreneur will pay the insurance premium to participating insurance companies and offer insurance to customers who purchase products and services, without charging insurance premium. 10-Baht insurance will be received by people, by only spending on goods and services at participating companies’ marketing programs.

“OIC always cares for the safety of people’s life and property who return to their home or travel during the holiday. Importantly, all drivers should strictly follow the traffic rules and check the insurance policy and expiration date of compulsory automobile insurance (Act). Unexpected accidents can happen anytime, so to have an insurance can protect you and your family. In the event of accident involving injury or any damages to the car would be covered subject to the conditions of the policy,” said Dr. Sutthipol. PWKD12042018

Last modified onWednesday, 11 April 2018 22:21
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