55% of KSA vehicles are uninsured
55% of KSA vehicles are uninsured
The insurance company specializes in minor accidents dealing with values of less than SR5,000, which make up 70 percent of the total number of traffic accidents in the Kingdom.
The insurance company offers services for applicants regarding traffic accidents that occur in remote cities where there are no such insurance companies. To make use of this innovative service, applicants can send their applications electronically to avoid having to travel long distances.
He said that the total number of the new insurance claim applications is estimated at 400,000 to 500,000 documents each month. He also noted that the available statistics indicate that 55 percent of the vehicles in the Kingdom are not insured, with the proportion of insured vehicles standing at just 45 percent.
He demanded a reconsideration of the applicable insurance mechanism to help increase the proportion of insured cars to 100 percent.
KSRelief 45-vehicle aid convoy heads to Hodeidah
- Al-Rabeeah said KSRelief had carried out a total of 262 aid projects in all governorates of Yemen
- Al-Rabeeah called on international humanitarian organizations to provide relief assistance to the people of Yemen.
RIYADH: A 45-vehicle aid convoy carrying 924 tons of foodstuffs, medical and housing supplies left Saudi Arabia for the Yemeni province of Hodeidah on Wednesday.
Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, KSRelief general supervisor, said that 18 of the trucks were sent from Sharurah, 15 from Jazan and 12 from Riyadh.
The convoy included 595 tons of food baskets, 186 tons of dates, 95 tons of medicines, and 48 tons of shelter materials, tents, rugs and blankets for the residents of the province of Hodeidah.
Al-Rabeeah said KSRelief had carried out a total of 262 aid projects in all governorates of Yemen.
He called on international humanitarian organizations to provide relief assistance to the people of Yemen.
The Arab coalition has secured all Yemeni crossings for humanitarian aid to alleviate Yemeni people’s suffering caused by violations committed by the Iran-backed Houthi militias, who have been looting humanitarian aid to Yemen, Al-Rabeeah said.
“We have been always by the side of Yemeni civilians. Our prime goal is to alleviate the humanitarian situation in Yemen in general and Hodeidah in particular. We will use all transportation means, land, air or seaports, to help our brothers and sisters in Hodeidah,” he added.
“We are welcoming coordination with the international humanitarian organizations to have a joint effort that will definitely pour into the civilians in Hodeidah to reduce the humanitarian crisis there as the coalition has expressed its full readiness to protect the aid and facilitate the means to reach different destinations,” Al-Rabeeah said.
Abdulsalam Babood, senior official to the Yemeni government and a member of Yemeni Relief Committee, said: “On behalf of my country and the Yemeni people, I would like to express my thanks and appreciation to King Salman and the crown prince for their unmatched generosity and unwavering support to the Yemeni civilians in terms of medical supplies and food and other needed items for survival.
“Hodeidah has been suffering from the humanitarian crisis over the past three years due to the full control imposed by the Houthi militants on them. Starvation and the big shortage in medical supplies and medications and huge environmental issues are the main struggles of the people there. International reports estimate that 61 percent of people in Hodeidah are in urgent need of essential supplies. We then put a plan to cope with this humanitarian crisis.”