• Reliance General Two Wheeler Insurance

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    There is no doubt that, two-wheelers are the most convenient form of transport. Not only is it affordable to all, it also helps you to tackle the traffic on city roads and can be easily driven where four or three wheelers cannot go. Not to forget, Indian automobile market is flooded with motor vehicle manufacturers that are not just Indian companies, but foreign companies as well. People who travel daily to work, prefer two-wheeler because it offers convenience and flexibility of time. However, one can’t ignore the fact that riding a bike/scooter in heavy traffic roads or even on highways involves a paramount risk. Hence, it is important to insure your bike with a proper two wheeler insurance policy, provided by the Reliance General Insurance Company.

    A two wheeler insurance policy is a mandatory requirement as per the law of Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. According to this law, a bike should at least be insured with a third-party liability policy. Although there are a number of insurance companies in the market who offer the third-party policy, companies like Reliance General Insurance, provides higher benefits on comprehensive policy, because it provides recommended amount of coverage that a bike should ideally have. Please note that the third-party policy premium is fixed by the IRDAI every year after revision, and hence, it cannot be altered by the insurance provider.

    It is known that Reliance is one of the most trusted brands in the market and a potential two wheeler insurance policy buyer should look no further. To know more about reliance General Insurance, read on.

    Why Reliance two wheeler insurance?

    • Reliance General Insurance offers hassle-free claim settlement process with minimal time.
    • Any payment made towards the policy for renewal, purchase, rider addition, etc. can be done digitally and it has incorporated UPI payment method as well along with net banking, and debit and credit card payment mode.
    • You can visit the insurer’s website and fill in the registration number of the bike with other bike details and you can get a quote instantly from the insurer with special discounts.
    • Unlike few insurers, who offer two wheeler insurance for only specific brands of vehicle, Reliance General Insurance offers comprehensive policy and third-party policy for all brands.
    • As a special seasonal discount, Reliance is offering 40% discount on two wheeler insurance purchase.
    • If you want to buy a Reliance General two wheeler insurance policy, all the documents will be digitally processed and it is completely eco-friendly.
    • You can renew the policy online by submitting the necessary documents online, and the policy will be instantly renewed with no vehicle inspection.
    • For the benefit of two-wheeler owners who cannot afford to buy a comprehensive policy, but still want to insure their bike/scooter, Reliance is offering two wheeler insurance with a premium of just Rs.3/day.
    • Reliance General Insurance Company has more than 430 network garages where you can service your two-wheeler. If you were part of any accidents or mishaps, you can get the treatment at any location as the company has more than 4,000 hospital networks.
    • Either repair or medical treatment, both can be availed with cashless facility only at the network of garages and hospitals.
    • You can contact the customer care number 24/7 on toll-free number 18003009.
    • To encourage more number of insurance for bikes/scooters, Reliance also offers long-term two wheeler insurance which has to be renewed only once in 3 years. By purchasing the long-term policy;
      • You have to pay the premium in one go
      • You can get instant policy quotes with best rates
      • No change in the third-party rates for full term
      • NCB benefits
      • Discounts of 7.5% or 13% on the policy

    Reliance Insurance Third Party cover:

    As mentioned in the name, it insures the third-party (either uninsured or underinsured) property and person against any damage caused by the insured be it causing injury or accidental death to the third party or property damage. This policy in a way imposes safety driving by the insured vehicle owner. In this insurer’s policy, the third-party is liable to get settlement amount for either death, permanent disability, or partial disability up to Rs.7.5 lakh depending on the extent of loss suffered by the victim or his/her family.

    Comprehensive cover:

    This policy provides protection for not just the vehicle but the owner and third-party as well. It provides protection for the damages caused due to accident, lightning, terrorist attacks, earthquake, riots, civil protests, theft, etc. Some exclusions of the policy include normal wear and tear, vehicle used for illegal purposes, drunk driving, electrical breakdown, depreciation, driving without a valid license, etc.

    Add-on cover in Reliance General Two Wheeler Insurance:

    Reliance offers zero depreciation cover for two-wheelers which completely eliminates the depreciation factor during claims. The zero depreciation cover can be bought for new bikes or bikes aged up to 2 years. The insurer allows 2 claims per policy year. The benefit of zero-depreciation will be applicable to you, only if the insured vehicle is repaired at any network garage. This add-on cover also provides protection to nylon, rubber, plastic, and fiberglass parts.

    If you wish to extend the coverage on comprehensive policy other than nil depreciation, reliance can also customize the add-on cover as per the needs of the policyholder.

    The NCB is applicable as per the following:

    Discount Claim free years
    20% First claim-free year
    25% 2 claim-free years
    35% 3 claim-free years
    45% 4 claim-free years
    50% 5 claim-free years

    Voluntary Deductible on Reliance General Two Wheeler Insurance:

    It is a percentage of the claim amount that the policyholder agrees to pay on every claim and the rest is paid by the insurer. If you choose a lower voluntary deductible amount, you will pay a higher premium, and vice versa. However, choosing a higher deductible means that you will be personally bearing the major claim amount which may not always be beneficial to you. The Reliance Insurance VD amount is as follows:

    Discount Voluntary Deductible (VD)
    5% on own damage cover premium, up to Rs.50 Rs.500
    10% on own damage cover premium, up to Rs.75 Rs.750
    15% on own damage cover premium, up to Rs.125 Rs.1,000
    20% on own damage cover premium, up to Rs.200 Rs.1,500

    How to make a claim on Reliance General Two Wheeler Insurance:

    Follow the below process when you want to make a claim on your bike insurance policy:

    • Inform the insurer about the incident mentioning your location by calling the customer care toll-free number 18003009.
    • You can request for towing service if the vehicle is not in riding condition. The towing charges are covered in the insurance policy.
    • Take the vehicle to the nearest location of network garage for repair of the vehicle.
    • A survey inspector will be sent to the garage by the insurer to inspect the extent of damage and submit the report to the insurer along with other necessary documents like insurance copy, DL, RC, etc.
    • If you repair the vehicle elsewhere, you cannot utilize cashless claim facility. You have to pay the entire repair amount yourself and get reimbursement by submitting the bills.
    • Once the report submitted by the surveyor is approved, the insurer sends a ticket to the garage for vehicle delivery. The entire repair amount after deducting VD will be paid to the garage.

    So if you are considering to buy a two wheeler insurance with maximum benefits and facilities, then you should consider, Reliance General Two Wheeler Insurance. You can buy bike insurance policy from either insurer’s website or from any neutral third-party website.

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