Steps To Check Bike Insurance Policy Status Online Via IIB?
Published On Feb 16, 2021 11:00 AM By InsuranceDekho
It has never been easier to check your insurance policy status online. Here are the steps to do so via IIB.
In the digital age, you can easily check the status of your bike insurance policy online without any difficulty. You may require this in a variety of scenarios, for example, if a vehicle has caused an accident with your vehicle and you want to check the insurance status of the vehicle. Or, you may simply want to check the insurance status of your own bike or two-wheeler. The IIB web portal, launched by IRDAI (Insurance Regulatory And Development Authority of India), helps you do this. Read on to find out how.
How To Check Vehicle Insurance Status Online Via IIB?
Take the following steps to know the insurance status of your bike insurance policy:
STEP 1: Collect all the important details that will be required. These include name, accident location, date of the accident, contact number, email address, vehicle registration number, as well as the contact address.
STEP 2: Navigate to the IIB web portal.
STEP 3: Enter the required details when you are prompted to do so.
STEP 4: Complete the verification by entering the security code. Following the verification, click on the ‘Submit’ button.
STEP 5: The two-wheeler insurance policy details will appear for your perusal. If the bike insurance details are not available, the previous applicable bike insurance policy details relevant to the concerned vehicle will appear instead.
STEP 6: Instead of the vehicle registration number, you can also search for the bike insurance details using the engine number or chassis number of the concerned two-wheeler.
You now know exactly how you can get the bike insurance policy status of your vehicle using the IIB web portal which has been launched by IRDAI. It is a seamless process and requires minimal effort on your part. You may need to use this facility in a variety of scenarios, for example, to check the bike insurance status of your own bike or two-wheeler, or to check up on the vehicle insurance status of a vehicle that has been in an accident or collision with your vehicle.
Disclaimer: This article is issued in the general public interest and meant for general information purposes only. Readers are advised not to rely on the contents of the article as conclusive in nature and should research further or consult an expert in this regard.