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No, comprehensive car insurance does not protect the owner of the vehicle.
IDV is the maximum amount that the insurer will pay in the event of an unfortunate event involving the policyholder.
In India, having a comprehensive insurance policy is not mandatory.
Just renew your coverage before it expires.
No two-wheeler is exempt from examination.
When a policy expires, it is called a policy break-in.
Zero depreciation does not cover mechanical breakdowns, oil changes, or consumables.
Third-party insurance is the most common form of insurance.
Yes, batteries are covered up to 50% of the time.
Comprehensive insurance covers theft, loss, and accidents.
In a SAOD policy, the insured person is covered for his damages.
Third-party premium rates are calculated by the vehicle's cubic capacity.
The liabilities of third parties are limitless.
It is primarily determined by the third party's age and earning capacity.
Comprehensive insurance covers losses up to the IDV value.
Yes, in India, third-party insurance is mandatory.