• Tata Car Insurance

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    Tata Motors Limited is one among the top automobile manufacturers serving customers with quality products in over 170 countries across the globe.

    Why is it Important to Insure Your Tata cars?

    As per the Motor Vehicles Act of India, it is mandatory to insure your vehicle before you start using it. Also, having a car insurance ensures that you have a financial support at the time of a mishap to cover the liabilities that you may incur.

    Tata Car Insurance Providers

    A number of insurers provide Tata insurance in India, a few of them are listed below:

    • Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Co. Ltd.
    • HDFC ERGO General Insurance Co. Ltd.
    • Royal Sundaram General Insurance Co. Ltd.
    • Bharti AXA General Insurance Co. Ltd.
    • Cholamandalam MS General Insurance Co. Ltd.

    Tata Models

    Tata houses the following vehicles:

    • Tata Tiago Wizz
    • Tata GenX Nano
    • Tata Bolt
    • Tata Indica
    • Tata Zest
    • Tata Indigo
    • Tata Hexa
    • Tata Safari Storme
    • Tata Sumo Gold
    • Tata Nexon
    • Tata Tigor

    Types of Tata Car Insurance

    There are two kinds of car insurance available for Tata:

    • Comprehensive Car Insurance

    A comprehensive car insurance ensures that the third-party liabilities, as well as own damage liabilities, are covered by the insurer at the time of the mishap.

    • Third-party Liability Cover

    A comprehensive car insurance ensures that only the third-party liabilities are covered by the insurer at the time of the mishap.

    Buying/renewing Tata Car Insurance

    You can purchase or renew your car insurance online or offline depending on your convenience

    • Online:

    You can buy a new car insurance or renew the existing insurance policy by visiting the insurer’s official website or a third-party website.

    • Offline:

    You can purchase or buy a car insurance offline too by visiting the nearest branch office of the insurer or meeting with an insurance agent.

    Tata Car Insurance Claim Process

    The claim process for Tata car insurance involves the following steps:

    • Inform the insurer as soon as the mishap takes place
    • Register your claim request
    • File an FIR at the nearest police station
    • An authorised surveyor will be sent to assess the total loss/damage incurred
    • Submit the copies and originals of the relevant documents to the insurer/surveyor for verification
    • Take your car to the nearest garage and get it repaired
    • In case of a cashless claim, the insurer will pay the garage for the repairs
    • In case of a reimbursement claim, you will have to pay the garage for the repairs and later submit the payment receipt for the same to the insurer. The insurer after verifying the documents submitted will reimburse the amount you spent on the repairs.

    Inclusions and Exclusions of Tata Car Insurance

    Tata Car Insurance comes with a number of inclusions and exclusions, a few of them are listed below:

    • Inclusions:
      • Loss/damage due to man-made calamities, natural calamities, theft, etc.
      • Third-party Liabilities
      • Own Damage Liabilities
    • Exclusions:
      • General wear and tear of the vehicle
      • Mechanical or electrical failure of the vehicle
      • Damage to the tyres alone
      • Damage/loss when the vehicle was being driven by someone without a valid licence

    Add-ons Offered with Tata Car Insurance

    There are a number of add-ons available in the market for Tata Car Insurance, a few of them are listed below:

    • Zero Depreciation Cover
    • Engine Protect Cover
    • Roadside Assistance Cover
    • No Claim Bonus Protect Cover
    • Return to Invoice Cover

    Discounts Offered with Tata Car Insurance

    The insurers offer a number of discounts to Tata car owners, a few of them are listed below:

    • Discount on insurance premium if you are a member of any automobile associations of India
    • Professional Discount
    • Discount on insurance premium if you have installed ARAI approved security devices in your car
    • No Claim Bonus Discount

    Tata Car Insurance FAQs:

    1. What is a voluntary deductible?

      A voluntary deductible is part of the insured amount that the policyholder opts to pay at the time of claim settlement.

    2. What is an endorsement?

      An endorsement is a change you incorporate in your insurance policy document in terms of personal information, vehicle information, etc.

    3. What is salvage?

      Salvage is the total value of the vehicle’s damage/loss post an incident.

    4. What is total loss?

      Total loss is when the vehicle has been damaged beyond repair as a result of a mishap.

    5. What is a No Claim Bonus (NCB)?

      An NCB is a discount on the insurance premium offered to the policyholder by the insurer for every claim-free year.

    News About Tata Car Insurance

    • Tata dealers across the country offer attractive discounts in the month of May

      Tata Motors, in a bid to push sales, is offering benefits up to a whopping Rs.65,000 for cars and SUVs from 2019 and higher discounts for models from the previous years. The Tata Bolt and Tata Zest are being offered with benefits up to Rs.65,000. The 2018 models get an additional Rs.20,000 off over and above the basic discount. Tata Tigor and Tata Hexa get discounts up to Rs.55,000 and an additional Rs.20,000 for 2018 models. Tata Safari Storme and Tata Nexon are being offered at Rs.50,000 discount and Rs.40,000 discount respectively. These models also get extra Rs.20,000 off for 2018 models. The Tata Tiago models can be purchased with up to Rs.25,000 discounts plus additional Rs.25,000 discount on 2018 models. The Tata Sumo Gold and the Tata Nano are also being offered at Rs.25,000 discounts.

      The discounts on older Tata models depends on the availability of units.

      13 May 2019

    • Tata Motors offers discounts on popular car models

      Tata Motors is offering attractive discounts on several of its car models this month. The car manufacturer is offering a discount of Rs.50,000 on the Zest and the Bolt. Also, bigger models like the Safari, Hexa, and Sumo are being offered at a discount of up to Rs.20,000 along with an exchange bonus.

      The 2018 models of the Tata Tigor and Tata Tiago are being offered with a discounted insurance price, while 2019 models of these cars will only get an exchange bonus. The Tata Nano is being offered with free motor insurance coverage and an exchange bonus that ranges between Rs.10,000 and Rs.15,000. These offers and discounts from Tata Motors are valid until 15 January 2019.

      9 January 2019

    • Tata offers discounts of up to Rs.98,000 on its various models

      With the advent of the festive season, Tata is offering discounts on its various models.The Tata Tiago hatchback which has been a runaway success in India is being offered to its customers at an exchange bonus of Rs.10,000 and insurance for the first year at just Rs.7,400.

      Tigor is being offered to the customers for an exchange bonus of Rs.20,000 and first-year insurance worth Rs.6,899.

      People who are planning to purchase Tata exon will be offered an exchange bonus of Rs.15,000 and first-year insurance worth Rs.13,000.

      Owners of Tata Hexa can avail discount and benefits worth up to Rs.98,000 including the insurance for the first year. Similarly, the owner of Tata Zest can avail discount and benefits of up to Rs.70,000. The discount will include Rs.45,000 cash and Rs.25,000 as a cash bonus. People who are looking to purchase the Safari Storme SUV will receive benefits up to Rs.80,000.

      17 October 2018

    • Tata Tiago likely to be the first Tata-manufactured car to receive FAME II incentives

      The Tiago EV, which was unveiled at the 2018 Indian Auto Expo and also an event that was held in the UK, is expected to be launched within the next two months in the Indian market. The specifications of the car are expected to be similar to the specifications of the Tigor EV, which is another electric car that is manufactured by Tata.

      However, while the Tigor EV costs more than Rs.10 lakh, the Tiago EV is expected to be priced between Rs.6 lakh and Rs.9 lakh. Thus, the Tata Tiago EV, once launched, is likely to be the first of Tata’s cars to receive FAME II incentives.

      30 August 2018

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