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Accidents do happen on the road and at that time the one thing that wouldn’t be of any help for you is ‘Panic ‘. Watch Ms. Lakshmi Sundar (Head – Motor Claims, Reliance General Insurance) elaborate on the Motor Claims Process. Learn how does the claims process work and what is expected out of you. She further explains how car insurance companies assess your claims, how do third party claims work and when should you refrain from making a car insurance claim.
A presentation of Reliance General Insurance in association with Autocar India.
For more information on car insurance, visit us at https://www.reliancegeneral.co.in/Insurance/Motor-Insurance/Car-Insurance.aspx
You may feel confused about auto insurance now but we’re gonna fix that. This easy to understand video is the perfect step-by-step guide to your auto policy.
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Bodily Injury Liability:
Liability Coverage is the most important part of your auto policy. Why? Well, you travel around in a huge metal bullet just inches from strangers. Make contact and you’re their worst enemy. Hurting other people’s bodies is much more likely in your car than your house and that’s why auto liability coverage is required by law.
Property Damage Liability:
While an accident may or may not hurt a person, it will almost always hurt whatever was hit. When that’s someone else’s property this part of your policy covers. “No Fault” states complicate this, but liability coverage is important no matter how your state insurance laws are set up.
Un/Underinsured Motorist Coverage:
Some people break the law. Others just carry to lowest possible liability limits required by law. So when those people run into you, it’s a bummer. Fortunately, your Un/Underinsured motorist coverage is there to protect you.
This is what folks call “Full Coverage”. Really, these two items are all about coverage for your car. Comprehensive (sometimes called “Other than Collision”) refers to damage that is not the result of a traditional car accident. Tree limbs falling, garage fires, and impact with an animal fit this category. Collision is a regular old accident. Both have deductibles that you pay before coverage kicks in.
Covers the difference in the value of the car at the time of the accident and the loan you have on the car.
Coverage for a rental while your car is being fixed. This only applies if the damage to your car is from a covered accident.
More and more companies are offering this service as a part of your auto insurance policy.
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