Having two-wheeler insurance saves you against the financial loss you might face if your bike was wrecked in an accident or worse, stolen.
Zero Depreciation or Nil Depreciation or Bumper to Bumper cover means if your car gets damaged following a collision, you will receive the entire cost of the car parts from the insurer excluding consumables such as Lubricants, Retainers, Brackets, Gaskets, Accessories and Wear & Tear parts
Personal Accident (PA) cover offers user or nominee Rs.15 Lakh in case of death or disability due to accident.
You can buy a plan without PA cover if:
1. The bike is registered in company's name.
2. You already have a PA cover of Rs. 15 Lakh or more.
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A third party liabilty insurance cover is clearly limited. But there are some scenarios where even a comprehensive bike insurance policy with add-ons can't help:
We all know that too many options usually implies too much confusion. That is why, before choosing, one must compare plans on the basis of:
The sole purpose of buying insurance for your two-wheeler is to get adequately compensated for any damages and losses. To ensure that you raise a successful claim, it’s necessary to keep all the relevant documents at hand. While insurance companies try their best to avoid pesky paperwork, here is a list of documents you need to have on you:
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