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KFK-OD stands for Knock-For-Knock
Own Damage claim. In the event of a motor accident and if it is not
the Insured's fault, one may make a KFK-OD claim on his/her own
comprehensive insurance without the NCD (No Claim Discount) being
forfeited (subject to the terms and conditions stated in the KFK Claim
Declaration Form) and hence, speeding up the process of repairing your own
The Insured must possess a
Comprehensive Motor Policy at the time of accident.
The accident date must be
on or after 1st June 2001.
The Insured must notify
the Insurance Company within 14 days from the date of accident.
Failing which the company has absolute right and discretion not to
entertain the Insured's KFK claim.
Insurance Company Motor
Vehicle Accident Report/Claim Form. Insured has to specify that he/she
is making a Knock-For-Knock claim by indicating on the claim form.
Original Police Reports of
ALL Parties involved in the accident - The Insured's or his Driver's
report and the Third Party's report.
A copy of the Insured's
A copy of the Owner's NRIC
and Driving Licence
A copy of the Company's
Registration Form (For Company Owned vehicles only)
A copy of the Driver's
NRIC and Driving Licence (If different from the Owner)
A copy of the LATEST
Vehicle Registration Card
A copy of the Road Tax
Disc/the Road Tax Slip for the newly implemented road tax
Police Outcome Report -
confirming the vehicle which had been summoned by the police.
A copy of the Third
Party's Motor Policy/Cover Note or a JPJ Search Slip on the vehicle
which had been summoned. This is to identify the Insurance Company of
the said vehicle at the time of accident.
For further details,
kindly contact your motor insurance company.
Note: The above is stated as to the
best of our knowledge and is served as a general information only. We take
no responsibility for any misinformation.
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