Car Insurance

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Existing policy has already expired. This policy can be renewed after physical inspection of the vehicle. You can proceed to the next step to generate and save a quote. We'll arrange for an inspection and after successful inspection of your vehicle, you will receive an email from us with a link to make payment

By continuing you accept that we or our partner, Cholamandalam MS General Insurance Company Ltd. may contact you regarding your enquiry. You may also be redirected to a website owned by Cholamandalam MS General Insurance Company Ltd. for processing your enquiry.

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What is Car Insurance?

A car insurance policy is a very important document when it comes to vehicles, and it is also mandatory under the Motor Vehicle Act. More often than not, getting your car insured can become a cumbersome task, and that is when online car insurance comes to your rescue. CarDekho, the one-stop solution for your all needs related to cars, also offers online car insurance to make things easier for people. Be it new car insurance or used car insurance, getting your car insured online is much easier than getting it done through a local dealer.


How it Works?

To get your car insured, you just need to visit 'Insurance' tab on CarDekho home page. On the next page, we ask you to provide some basic details about you and your car, and other details like if you wish to buy a new policy or renew an existing one, etc. On the basis of the details provided, we suggest the best suitable insurance plans to you. Recommended plan include both own car damage cover + third party liabilities. What's covered under the own car damage cover include natural calamities (earthquake, flood, storm, rockslide, etc.), man-made calamities (accidents, fire, explosion, burglary, theft, riot, strike, malicious acts, terrorist activity and damage in transit). Whereas, third party liabilities provides protection against legal liability due to accidental physical injury or death of the respective third party, and damage caused to a third party's property.

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