Renew Your Car Insurance During Coronavirus Lockdown

The contagious pandemic Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) has spread to 189 countries and has claimed over 23,700 lives. At the moment, while the global count of confirmed COVID-19 cases stands at over 5,29,000, the disease has infected more than 700 people in India. Thus, in an attempt to contain the spread of the virus, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has imposed a three-week nationwide lockdown till April 14.

While the lockdown is essential at the moment, it has also created some degree of panic amongst people regarding the normal functioning of everyday activities. This article is aimed at addressing all your concerns regarding the insurance policy of your much loved car/bike.

How Can I Renew My Car Insurance During Coronavirus Lockdown?

One of the most buzzing questions currently is how to get the motor insurance policy when the country is under a lockdown. Well, we at InsuranceDekho understand and stand together with you in this tough time and are there at your service to keep your motor insurance renewal process hassle-free.

If your motor insurance policy is due for renewal or is heading towards its expiry, you can get it renewed instantly in just 2 steps at InsuranceDekho.

How To Renew Motor Insurance Instantly at InsuranceDekho?

You can get your policy renewed right away by visiting by following the below-mentioned steps:

Step 1: Click on the option “Renew Policy Instantly in 2 steps”. Enter the registration number of your last year policy bought at InsuranceDekho and proceed by entering the OTP sent to your registered mobile number.

Step 2: Tell us if you had made any claim during the last policy period or not, so that we can display the quotes considering the applicable No Claim Bonus (NCB). Choose the plan and make the payment. You are done!

Do I Need To Renew My Car Insurance During Coronavirus Lockdown?

If your motor insurance policy is due for renewal, then yes, you need to renew your policy even during the coronavirus lockdown in India. This is because, as per the Indian Motor Tariff, at least a third party motor insurance policy is a mandatory requirement for all vehicle owners in the country. Under the current traffic rules, driving an uninsured vehicle, i.e. a vehicle without at least a third party only car insurance, attracts a fine of ₹2,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 3 months for the first time offence.

Also Read: Does Your Existing Health Insurance Policy Cover Coronavirus (COVID-19) Disease

Disclaimer: This article is issued in 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.

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