Two-wheelers are one of the most preferred modes of transport in the country. If you own a two-wheeler, it is necessary to follow certain safety precautions and rules to ensure that you and those around you remain safe. Listed below are a few tips that you should follow to have a safe riding experience:
In addition to the tips mentioned above, all individuals who own two-wheelers should ensure that they purchase a two wheeler insurance policy. Riding a two-wheeler without a valid two wheeler insurance policy is a publishable offence in India.
Based on your needs, you can choose to purchase either a third-party liability insurance policy or a comprehensive/bundled/package two wheeler insurance policy. It is advisable to opt for a comprehensive/bundled/package two wheeler insurance policy since it offers enhanced coverage to policyholders.
You can purchase a two wheeler insurance policy for your vehicle through online or offline channels. Most general insurance companies give prospective customers the option to purchase two wheeler insurance policies through their official websites. You can also choose to visit the nearest branch of an insurance firm and purchase a policy from the insurer directly.
Before purchasing a policy, it is advisable to compare two wheeler insurance policies offered by different motor insurance providers. Make sure that the policy that you intend to purchase meets both your coverage needs and your premium payment ability. Purchasing a two wheeler insurance policy is a must since it offers coverage against various expenses that you might have to incur in case of an untimely eventuality.
It is important to ride your two-wheeler in a manner that is respectful to others on the road. You should also keep the above-mentioned tips in mind to ensure that you don’t put yourself or those around you in danger while riding your two-wheeler.
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