There are plentiful benefits of hiring a domestic worker in Hong Kong, but at the same time also obligations on you, as an employer. One of such obligations is maid insurance for your domestic worker. This latest Kwiksure infographic showcases the main features of the required by law EC maid insurance, and also the more comprehensive options.
With already costly prices of rent and owning an apartment or a house in Hong Kong, it comes as no surprise that home insurance, in comparison, is just a small investment with relatively high returns on it (if an accident happens).
To help our readers better understand how home insurance can help safeguard their homes and finances, our team of experts prepared a shortlist of the most common home insurance benefits typical to Hong Kong. This infographic presents the key areas covered by home insurance policies in Hong Kong and also showcases other areas that can be covered under the same policy.
Did you know that the steps needed to secure a license for a car and a motorbike are different? Motorbike licenses in Hong Kong are notoriously hard to get, so it pays to understand the procedures and plan ahead. This infographic curated by our specialists showcases the key steps in obtaining different types of motorbike licenses.
There are slight differences between the processes of purchasing a new car and a second-hand car. Sometimes, Hong Kong drivers are so busy that they may forget one or two important steps after the payment. For example, they may forget to purchase car insurance or finish the ownership transfer procedure. Our infographic offers a sensory summary of the procedures between purchasing a car and getting behind the wheel.
Learn more about the steps between purchasing a car and getting behind the wheel so that you won’t get off caught and miss one or two vital procedures.
Hong Kong vehicle owners can put their own personal touch on their vehicles, thanks to the Personalized Vehicle Registration Marks Scheme. Even though the steps can seem complicated, this easy-to-understand infographic breaks down the entire registration process so you know exactly what to do to get a PVRM in HK.
Hong Kong law mandates that all drivers have to register and license their vehicles before they can be used on the road. However, these processes can be complicated for new drivers, which is why it is crucial to familiarize yourselves with the required procedures in advance.
Thus, our experts at Kwiksure have created this digestible and practical infographic that lists out the key steps in registering and licensing vehicles in Hong Kong.
Owning a car in Hong Kong can be costly. With so many costs related to the vehicle to take into account, car insurance is luckily one cost that drivers have, at least to some extent, control over.
The good thing here is that insurance premium calculations are based on multiple different factors, which drivers can use to their advantage. This infographic showcases the top seven ways drivers can lower their car insurance premiums in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) has officially opened! Hong Kong private car drivers looking to cross the bridge must first go through a number of procedures and steps, as well as secure the right types of car insurance coverage.
As the procedures and car insurance coverage required will differ depending on your chosen destination, Kwiksure has created this easy-to-digest infographic to show exactly what a Hong Kong private driver needs to do to become eligible for crossing the HZMB.
Purchasing a new car in Hong Kong, to most people, is not a small financial decision to make. Although the process is rather straightforward, it still pays to do your homework so that you get the best deal and save money. For example, if you’re buying a secondhand car, in most cases, you will be exempted from paying the first registration tax.
In light of this, Kwiksure has created this infographic to discuss the major points drivers should be aware of when considering to buy a new vs used car in Hong Kong.
We hope it won't happen to you, but should you get into an accident, being prepared will help you avoid unnecessary stress. In this infographic, we outline the 8 steps you should take after a car accident.
Are you familiar with the various types of car insurance in Hong Kong? In this Kwiksure article, we explore how different car insurance plans deal with accidents.
Online motor insurance sites are the first port of call for hundreds and thousands of drivers in Hong Kong due to their ease of use. This article divulges 5 tips for finding the best motor insurance online.
Reputable motor insurance companies are out there, but so are unscrupulous ‘cowboy’ insurers - so how do you know if you're securing coverage from the right ones? Read our article to find out.