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Motor Insurance

Oct 14, 2019, 04.11 PM IST
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Has your motor insurance cover lapsed? Here's all you need to know about renewing it

Understand the process before you dash off to renew a lapsed motor policy.

Demand for motor cover spikes on penalty fears

The cost of insurance is less than penalties under the new Motor Vehicles Act.

Can standalone OD car insurance policy remain valid if third-party insurance expires earlier?

What if the new vehicle owner does not renew the standalone OD policy on expiry of the previous 1-year OD policy but buys a new OD policy after a time gap?

5 Factors to consider while buying a new car in India

Buying a car is one of the most crucial decisions that we make. From looking for the right design, model, and features to choosing the right accessories that make a car the perfect fit for you and your family- there are numerous factors that come into play.

How new vehicle owners can buy, renew 1-year own damage cover with long term third-party insurance

How new vehicle owners can buy, renew 1-year own damage cover with long term third-party insurance

With the new guidelines issued by IRDAI, one will now get the flexibility to buy these two insurance covers separately, either from the same insurer

Insurers to make available standalone 'own damage' motor policy from September 1

Consequently, the issuance of bundled policies for cars and two-wheelers will not be compulsory from September 1, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (Irdai) said.

IRDAI introduces third-party motor insurance premium for electric vehicles at 15% discount

At present, there is no separate category for electric vehicles. Third-party premium rates for EV owners is the same as those payable for general private cars.

IRDAI hikes third-party motor insurance premiums for FY19-20 from June 16, 2019

Insurers are not allowed to cancel the current insurance policies and replace those with fresh policies with new premium rates.

Third-party motor insurance premiums set to rise

Owners of cars with engine capacities between 1,000cc and 1,500cc will have to brace themselves for a 15.26% rise, with premiums going up from Rs 2,863 to Rs 3,300.

Why your motor insurance policy will not pay full cost of car damage repair

Why your motor insurance policy will not pay full cost of car damage repair

Out of two reasons, one is the mandatory deductible which is applicable in all the motor insurance policies irrespective of the insurance company yo

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