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Special Vehicles

Welcome to Dawes

Dawes Motor Insurance is a niche underwriting agency with over 25 years experience. Dawes is dedicated to providing cover through insurance intermediaries only for specialist vehicle risks including:

  • Exotic/high value vehicles
  • Classic cars
  • Prestige vehicles
  • Stretch limousines
  • Storage cover for race cars
  • Hot rods/street machines
  • Kit cars
  • Film set vehicles
  • Driving instructors
  • Motorcycles

Please note Dawes only accepts quotation requests from insurance intermediaries. If you are an individual seeking insurance please contact your broker, or find a broker using the National Insurance Brokers Association's Need a Broker website.

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Latest News

With effect from 1 May 2017 Dawes Underwriting Australia Pty Ltd trading as Dawes Motor Insurance (ABN 18 050 289 506, AR No. 342982) (`Dawes') will distribute its policies as an Authorised Representative of SGUAS Pty Limited (ABN 15 096 726 895, AFSL 234437) (`SGUAS') on behalf of new insurer, Allianz Australia Insurance Limited (ABN 15 000 122 850, AFSL 234708) (`Allianz'). Read More Details



Our Motorcycle coverage includes all makes and models. Harley Davidson, Triumph Rocket III, Ducati 1098R and the MV Agusta are just some of the more famous names that spring to mind. More >


The Prestige selection of vehicles represents the higher value, well appointed, luxury vehicles typically European including Audi, BMW, Mercedes and Porsche. More >


Your client's investment on Exotic cars is in good company and safe hands. The list of high end and extreme performance supercars includes Aston Martin, Ferrari and Lamborghini. More >

Specialist Vehicles

Dawes is known for insuring some of the more unusual vehicles. We can help with stretch limousines, custom built and highly modified vehicles including Kit Cars, Classics, Hot Rods, Street Machines and High Performance imports. Film set vehicles and ex-army personnel carriers are not out of the question either. More >