A new type of car cover is being offered to Hellcats for medical emergencies, including those caused by cancer.

The new form, called Hellcat Car Insurance, is a cheaper alternative to a standard car insurance policy, which covers the cost of car repairs.

“The primary reason that we’re offering this is because we know the vast majority of people will be able to get their Hellcat insured,” said Tom Coady, CEO of Hellcat Insurance.

The new policy offers an annual premium of around $100 (£60), which can be paid at a time. “

For some people, it might be because they’ve got a family member or close friend who is going through cancer or they have cancer that’s going to keep them from travelling abroad, so they may need to stay at home.”

The new policy offers an annual premium of around $100 (£60), which can be paid at a time.

“Our aim is to have our insurance covering everything, so if there’s a car accident, we will cover it,” said Mr Coadys insurance manager.

“We’re really focused on getting this on the market as quickly as possible, and making sure that we get people on it before the end of this year.”

The Hellcat car insurance covers the costs of repairs to your Hellcat, whether it’s an engine, wheels, tyres or suspension.

“If you get a puncture, that’s covered by our policy, so you don’t have to go to a hospital to get it fixed,” said Mark Blyth, head of policy at Hellcat Insurers.

Hellcat insurance covers your car in addition to the cost to repair the damage. “

You can get up to three months of medical coverage and then we can put you up for an extended period if you’re in a very serious condition.”

Hellcat insurance covers your car in addition to the cost to repair the damage.

If your Hellcats are damaged by fire or water, you may also be entitled to claim compensation from your insurer for any lost profits.

This is not a standard insurance policy but the insurance company will reimburse you up to $10,000 if the damage is less than $10.

“It’s not a guaranteed amount, but we’ll do our best to get you back,” Mr Blyst said.

Hellcat is also offering a lifetime car insurance cover.

“All the Hellcats we’ve offered to date have had an extended life, and that’s been our primary concern,” said John Devereaux, general manager of Hellcats Insurance.

“This is a great way to protect the Hellcat and the wider automotive community.”

Hellcats car insurance is not yet available in Australia, but Mr Devereux said the company would be keen to find out more about its popularity.

“A lot of people are just looking to buy a car for their children,” he said.

But it’s not just the money.”