Many people assume they will be "covered" if they have an accident in their car, or if the car is stolen or hijacked, when in reality they are violating a key provision of their policy which will see any claim being rejected by their insurance company.
Things like the car being unroadworthy, having failed to disclose a previous accident when taking out the policy, or not being the "regular driver" listed in the policy.
‘Good day, Wendy. Yesterday I saw an advert on a website for a desktop computer for R765. I called the company to place an order and was told the salesperson was not in.
"This morning, I received the following e-mail from a representative of the company: 'Hi, please note that the price advertised on that item was human error. I have since removed it. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.'