Car Insurance

A comprehensive car insurance policy, also known as motor package insurance, saves you money when your car is damaged in an accident or natural calamity. It also covers your vehicle against theft and burglary. At times, you may end up hurting others or damaging property in an accident. A car insurance policy covers such third party liabilities as well. If you own a car , having third party insurance is a must for you. That�s why it�s crucial to buy and renew your policy on time to stay on the right side of the law and be covered against car damages. At an affordable premium, our reliable car insurance policy protects you against all these risks so that you can drive worry-free.

Why should you buy a comprehensive car insurance policy?

Here are some benefits that are hard to pass up.

2

Saves you from traffic fine

In many countries around the world if you are not allowed to drive without car insurance. If you are caught doing so, you are fined as per the regulations.

3

Provides personal accident coverage for owner driver

Our car insurance policy provides ?3000 dollars coverage for injuries to the registered owner driver while travelling in the car, or getting in or off the car.

4

Gives easy access to cashless garages

We have a network of 4300+ cashless garages that take care of your car post damage. We pay for the repairs as per the claim and settle the dues directly with the garage.

5

Covers damages to the car

Our car insurance policy covers any damages to your car due to accidents or natural calamities and takes care of the repair costs.

6

Covers your car against theft

In case your car is stolen and cannot be recovered, we pay for your loss.

Here's what you get with 1OUR Car Insurance

  • Reimbursement of expenses incurred for vehicle repairs arising from accident.

  • Personal accident benefit and medical expenses coverage in the event of accident.

  • Coverage for third-party property damages arising from accident.

  • Coverage for towing services and unlimited windscreen cover[1].