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There's no better way to put this, but the real answer is 'no'. With regulated pricing and premiums set by the IRDA, the prices you see here are the ones you see everywhere (lower prices elsewhere usually mean there's a possibility of hidden charges). The only difference? At Coverfox, we don't look for the cheapest price, we look for the right one.
Online payments can be a major hassle, but not with Coverfox. This is why you don’t need a Credit Card; you can make payments through just Net Banking or your ATM/Debit Card. Unfortunately, we can’t support cash on delivery or cheques, just because we want to keep it online and simple. We do allow for card-on-delivery payment though. But this only works in the case of customers with expired car insurance, where an inspection is required.
You'd get your policy before you finish reading this answer. It's THAT fast. Once you choose your product and make your payment, it’s sent to your inboxes right away. No hard copies, because we are also secret environmentalists. If by any chance there is a delay due to a medical check or an expired vehicle inspection, we promise that you’ll be informed in advance.
With our excellent Customer Service, we make sure that you never have to deal with the insurer personally. We make it that convenient. Our relationship with insurance companies ensures our dedication to every customer! In fact, we offer free claim assistance during emergencies to even those who may not have bought insurance policy from us. After all, Coverfox is simply a phone call away for anyone in need.
Here, we don’t take any sides (apart from yours) when it comes to insurers – in fact, we don’t even ask you for your contact details for comparing various products until you are convinced. You can say that we are always looking out for you – like the friend you call at 4 am - whether it’s finding you the perfect policy or making sure you get only the best deals, we are on your side. As an IRDA approved organization, we are as genuine as they can get.
Car insurance is the smartest way to financially secure yourself and your car. Let's say, you own a 1-year-old standard hatchback with Insured Declared Value (IDV) of Rs. 4,00,000, but sadly, don’t have car insurance. Following are the approximate expenses that you might incur if your car was to meet with an accident of "medium impact":
|Frontal Damages||Rs. 25,000|
|Windshield Damages||Rs. 6,000|
|Bumper Damages||Rs. 5,000|
Car insurance policy would have costed you a certain premium:
Without zero dep: Rs. 6,000
With zero dep: Rs. 8,000
Now, a car insurance can't help you pay for medical bills in case you were injured in an accident. However, paying a miniscule amount like Rs. 8,000 every year can still help you cover those Rs. 50,000 [or more] worth of accident-related damages to your car.
No Insurance = Financial Expenses + Emotional Torture + Stress + Inconvenience
Third party property damage that will be covered is up to 7.5 Lakh and in case of physical injuries/death it will be taken into court tribunal.
For a premium of Rs. 100, Personal Accident Cover for owner driver gets compensation up to maximum Sum Insured of Rs. 2 Lakh in case of:
|Nature of injury||Scale of compensation|
|Loss of two limbs or sight of two eyes or one limb and sight of one eye.||100%|
|Loss of one limb or sight of one eye||50%|
|Permanent total disablement from injuries other than named above.||100%|
Disclaimer: Please note that the above figures are approximate and just for representational purpose, keeping a standard hatchback car in mind. They will vary as per the intensity of the accident/loss, car make model, and engine capacity.
With 25 insurers and 100+ products to choose from, Coverfox works actively to find a plan that is ideal for you—basically, the best one, the right one. From providing you with all the right information to offering unbiased comparisons, we do it all. Hey, you don't even need to engage with the insurer yourself.
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This compensates the damages to a third party and their property. It’s best for those planning to insure their car just because it's mandatory (but we wouldn't recommend that!).
The quote that you get for TP cover is the sum of its components which include:
The basic premium for third-party depends on the cubic capacity. These rates are revised each year by IRDA. From 1st April, 2016, the third-party insurance rates are:
|Condition Relating to Engine Capacity||Applicable Premium Rate|
|Not exceeding 1000cc||Rs. 2,055|
|Above 1000cc but lower than 1500cc||Rs. 2,237|
|Exceeding 1500cc||Rs. 6,164|
This covers damages to the third party, as well as your own car. It is best for those wanting to cover for losses for accidents and incidents such as theft and natural disasters.
The quote that you get for comprehensive coverage is the sum of its components which include:
The own damage premium depends on Insured Declared Value (IDV), engine capacity and vehicle RTO. The IDV is the value of the car based on its ex-showroom price and depreciation percentage. An add-on cover depends on your car’s requirement and thus is a variable. The service tax is charged on the OD premium.
For the repair or replacement expenses of plastic, rubber, glass and other materials which would otherwise not be covered in a regular policy.
For times when the monsoons are at their destructive worst, and leave your car's engine and your tear glands vulnerable to flooding.
To continue enjoying a discounted premium on your no-claim bonus year-on-year, even after making a claim during the policy period.
To recover as much as the car's on-road price or Insured Declared Value, in case of total loss (such as theft or a really bad accident).
Knowing what’s covered under an insurance plan, and what is not, helps you later at the time of making a claim. A must read!
|Damages that might happen to your car in an accident.||Damages caused if you were caught driving under the influence of alcohol.|
|Personal Accident Cover - if you (the owner-driver) are injured in a car accident, the insurer compensates you.||Loss and damages that may be caused because of a war or a nuclear strike.|
|Financial protection to your car from natural calamities such as floods, earthquakes, etc.||Accident-related damages caused while you were using your car for illegal activities.|
|In case your car gets stolen, your insurer will pay an amount equal to your car's IDV.||Damages caused or losses incurred to your car while you were driving without valid license.|
|Coverage for damages caused during a man-made disaster - including riots, strikes, fire, and terrorism are covered.||Regular mechanical expenses due to consistent wear and tear.|
There are many ways to buy insurance. How do they stack up against each other?
|Who are they||Agents are licensed to represent one insurance company. They help customers buy policies of the insurance company they are employed with.||Car vendors / dealers are those who sell cars to customers. They usually bundle an insurance policy when you purchase a new car.||IRDAI Licensed organisation/individual who can sell plans of multiple insurance companies. They are required to assist customers with insurance purchase and claims.|
|Their expertise||They are experts of the plans offered by the company they are employed with.||They usually have tie ups with some insurance company. They'll help you buy its policy.||They can offer plans from multiple companies and are authorised to provide technical assistance, after-sales requirements.|
|The advantage||They have extensive knowledge about particular insurance plans of that insurer. They also offer complete claim assistance.||They give you the insurance along with the new car. They take care of all the forms and paperwork.||You get the power of choice. You can buy a suitable plan after comparing plans from all the insurers.|
|The drawback||They can only sell plans of one insurance company. You'll have to go to another agent if you ever decide to switch insurers.||They are experts in selling cars. Not insurance. The insurance policy they suggest might not be the best that your car needs. You can often end up paying for features you don't need.||There are none, really. Other than the fact that even though a broker will help you though the process of claims settlement - the last decision still resides with the insurance company.|
"My first experience with Coverfox was an absolute delight. Their positive response and effective actions changed my opinion of the entire insurance segment. Hope they keep it up!"
"What I’ll never stop being thankful for is the fact that my claim for total loss was settled in such less time. Thank you so much for all the support from your side!"
"Their prompt replies, seriousness about policy deliveries and commitment to their job are just some factors that make Coverfox shine through. But their complete transparency in their calls clearly is the icing on the cake!"
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A third party liabilty insurance cover is clearly limited. But there are some scenarios where even a comprehensive car insurance policy with add-ons can't help:
We all know that too many options usually implies too much confusion. That is why, before choosing, one must compare plans on the basis of:
The sole purpose of buying insurance for your car is to get adequately compensated for any damages and losses. To ensure that you raise a successful claim, it’s necessary to keep all the relevant documents at hand. While insurance companies try their best to avoid pesky paperwork, here is a list of documents you need to have on you: