Magic Car Insurance

Auto protection is fundamentally an agreement between a client and an insurance agency. The protection supplier consents to pay the client for the misfortunes characterized in the strategy, in return for the top notch that the client pays.

Why do you need Car Insurance?

In India, auto protection is commanded by the Motor Vehicles Act, 1998. Any four-wheeler the handling on Indian streets ought to have a substantial engine protection arrangement that gives no less than a base front of outsider risk. As showed above, outsider risk alludes to the harms caused by the auto proprietor (while utilizing the guaranteed auto) to other individuals or their property. In this way, if a vehicle out and about acquires harm in a mischance caused by your auto, you require not pay the costs from your pocket. Rather, a substantial engine protection design furnishes you with the capacity to raise a claim with your insurance agency.

On the off chance that the harm is secured under your arrangement and there is no sign of extortion, the safety net provider will pay for the harms. Despite the fact that the law expresses that each auto ought to be guaranteed, actually there are lakhs of vehicles in the nation that are not safeguarded. It is exceedingly prudent to spend a couple of thousand rupees on profiting collision protection, with the goal that you are not putting yourself in danger of additional costs emerging from your association in a mischance.

The protection premium that you pay is straightforwardly relative to the IDV of the auto. In this way, as the vehicle ages, the IDV lessens thus does the premium. The devaluation depends on the accompanying calendar:

Age of the car Depreciation
1st year (new car) 5% depreciation is considered. Car insurance is offered at 95% of the ex-showroom price.
At the 2nd year renewal 20% depreciation is considered. Car insurance is offered at 80% of the ex-showroom price.
At the 3rd year renewal 30% depreciation is considered. Car insurance is offered at 70% of the ex-showroom price.
At the 4th year renewal 40% depreciation is considered. Car insurance is offered at 60% of the ex-showroom price.
At the 5th year renewal 50% depreciation is considered. Car insurance is offered at 50% of the ex-showroom price.
At the 6th year renewal 10% to 15% depreciation on the IDV of the previous year is considered. This amount is deducted each subsequent year. Car insurance is offered appropriately.

What is IDV and why is it important?

Insured Declared Value (IDV) is your car’s current market value. It is also the highest amount that you can receive from a car insurance claim. This includes situations where you have incurred a total loss or damage beyond repair. The insurance company will arrive at the IDV by assessing the following information:

  • The registration details of the vehicle
  • The city where the car was registered
  • The registration date or date of first purchase
  • The current registration type, i.e., company or individual owner
  • The make and model of the car and the manufacturer
  • The cubic capacity of the car’s engine
  • The vehicle description
  • The ex-showroom price of the car, i.e., the actual cost of the car plus tax
en_USEN
id_IDID en_USEN