Now pay Motor Insurance premium in instalments. Here’s how

Motor insurance is a prerequisite before you can renew your road tax. Therefore, your insurance must cover the entire road tax renewal period before you can renew your road tax. Drivers would have to pay a lump sum of insurance premiums and road tax during this period. 

Introducing the first interest-free payment option available at PolicyPal for any premium amount from $1 to $3,000. When you choose to pay by instalments, an automatic payment order will be created, meaning you only have to set up the payment once, and our partner, hoolah will automatically charge your card every month without you having to manually pay for your insurance premiums.

Who is hoolah?

hoolah is a leading omni-channel buy now pay later payment company. For more information, please visit

Below is a Step-by-step guide on how you can use hoolah instalment payment for your Motor Insurance. 

Step 1: Click on Buy Insurance > Car > Fill in your motor (car) details


Step 2: Click Get Quote

Step 3: Sit back and relax

Our motor insurance experts will get back to you on your quotations within 48 hours. 

Step 4: Choose Zero- Interest Instalment Payment

Step 5: You will then be redirected to Hoolah where u can include all of your payment details.

Once you confirmed that your details are correct, the payment will be set up and you’re good to go!

What are the current product(s) that are eligible for Instalment payment?

All new motor insurance applications (except FWD) are eligible for Instalment payments. However, all payments made via this option will not be eligible for PolicyPal credit rebates. 

Get your motor insurance quotations 🚗  here or simply WhatsApp us at 📞 8750 0688 !

Special Offer

From 1 to 30 June 2020, when you purchase a car insurance plan from PolicyPal, you will be entitled to the following item:

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