Volkswagen commenced its operations in India in 2001 with the launch of SKODA. The firm has its headquarters situated in Pune. The Volkswagen Group in India has 5 five brands under its wing; Volkswagen, SKODA, Porsche, Audi and Lamborghini. Volkswagen and Audi were introduced in India in 2007 whereas Porsche and Lamborghini were introduced in 2012. The automobile manufacturer operates across 100 production plants and has more than 5,00,000 employees.
A car insurance protects you from any unforeseen liabilities that may arise due to a mishap. As per the Motor Vehicles Act, it is mandatory that every car owner insures his/her car with at least a third-party liability cover.
A number of insurers provide Volkswagen insurance in India, a few of them are listed below:
Volkswagen houses the following models:
There are two kinds of car insurance available for Volkswagen:
A comprehensive car insurance covers the own damage liabilities and third-party liabilities that you may incur from a mishap.
A third-party car insurance covers only the third-party liabilities that you may incur from a mishap.
You can purchase or renew your car insurance online or offline depending on your convenience
You can buy or renew a car insurance online via third-party insurance website or the official website of the insurer.
You can buy or renew a car insurance offline by visiting the nearest branch office of the insurer or meet with an insurance agent.
The claim process for Volkswagen car insurance involves the following steps:
Volkswagen Car Insurance comes with a number of inclusions and exclusions, a few of them are listed below:
There are a number of add-ons available in the market for Volkswagen Car Insurance, a few of them are listed below:
You can avail discounts on your car insurance premium such as:
The tenure of a car insurance policy is generally 1 year.
A car insurance is an agreement between the insurer and the policyholder where the insurer promises to protect the policyholder against the liabilities in case of a mishap in exchange for a premium.
A compulsory excess is a part of the insured amount that the policyholder has to mandatorily pay as per the agreement with the insurer.
A cover note is a temporary document issued by the insurer until the insurance certificate can be issued.
IDV or Insured Declared Value is the market value of the vehicle with respect to its age.