Coverage under Car Insurance :
Third Party Liability Coverage
Third Party car insurance provides cover against any legal liability to a third party caused when you are at-fault driver. It covers damage/injury caused by you to another person/property. A Third Party Liability cover is legally mandatory in India under the Motor Vehicles Act.
Better Financial and Heath Care Planning
Accidents and medical emergency can happen without warning and a good health policy will ensure that you are sufficiently covered for emergencies. It is tough to compute how much you will spend on health care in a year but having health insurance plan helps you to pay for sudden medical costs.
Key Benefits of Car Insurance
- Coverage against loss or damage to the insured vehicle.
- Coverage against loss or damage to your vehicle caused by accident, theft, fire, explosion, self ignition, lightning, riots, strikes or act of terrorism, natural calamities.
- Coverage against financial liability caused by injury/death of a third party or damage to the property.
- Personal accident cover.
What is not covered in Car Insurance?
- Loss or damage if a policy is not in force.
- Gradual wear and tear of car and its parts.
- Loss or damage to vehicle when driven by person without a valid driving license.
- Loss or damage to vehicle as a result of intoxication due to drugs, alcohol etc.
- Loss or damage to engine as a result of oil leakage.
- Loss or damage to vehicle as a result of abuse of car manufacturer’s guidelines.
Eligibility/Documentation Required for Car Insurance
Getting a car insured requires minimal documentation. For a new policy, you must submit the filled up proposal form and copy of the Registration Certificate (RC). For renewals, you will need copy of the RC (Registration Certificate) along with the copy of previous insurance policy.
Carefully fill in your complete details. This is an important step and will save you a lot of hassle during claim time.