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Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. is a division of Honda Motor Company Ltd. which started its operations in Haryana, India by mid of 2001. In the year 2013-14 the company acquired position of being the second largest two-wheeler selling company.
In the year 2013, the company inaugurated its third branch in Karnataka which began its operations by June 13. Honda promotes safety and thus conducts activities related to it example of it are different training centers launched by Honda.
Honda One Make Race and Green dealer’s initiatives are examples of each initiative.
Currently in India, Honda has around 768 dealers more than 1000 branches and more than 900 service centers which makes a network of more than 2000 customer contact centers across the country. Along with it the company also promotes fun and environmental safety through different initiatives.
This series of motorcycle has three models with each having their versions.
This series of scooters has 4 models with each having Standard and/or Deluxe version.
This series of motorcycle has 6 models with each having their own versions with different engine type, manual transmission and offered at different ex-showroom price.
This scooter has Standard version with 109 cc engine.
This scooter has Drum and Deluxe version with 109 cc engine and automatic transmission.
This series of motorcycle has Disc Self version with 125 cc engine and manual transmission.
This series has 3 models with each having different version.
This series has one Standard version with 1312 cc engine and manual transmission.
This series has DCT version with 1237 cc engine and manual transmission.
This series has two versions Standard and Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) ex-showroom price.
Coverage for any damages/losses caused to a third party.
Comprehensive coverage for your own two-wheeler.
Coverage upto the insured declared value in case of theft or
Benefits of cashless transactions through network garages.
My Honda bike insurance policy has already expired. Is vehicle inspection mandatory?
Inspection is not mandatory if your bike insurance is expired. You can log in to Coverfox.com and get your bike insurance policy renewed.
How does NCB work in case I buy a second-hand bike? Will I get No-Claim Bonus?
NCB is valid only for the Owner-driver and not your two-wheeler. For instance, if the previous owner has NCB in his policy, it will not be applicable on your second-hand bike.
Is an online policy valid for my Honda Two-wheeler?
Yes an online policy is valid. Buying insurance online has numerous benefits –
• Free and user-friendly platform to compare the quotes and evaluate coverage options
• Efficient and friendly customer advisory team to assist with any concerns you may have
• Quick and reliable post-sales services
• Prompt assistance with the claims and related concerns
Should I opt for a single year insurance plan or a long-term insurance plan?
Long term two wheeler insurance plans are worth considering because it provides advantages such as:
• Convenience- Saves one from the hassles of getting the policy renewed every year.
• Non-renewal risks – Saves the insured from non-renewal risks or till the period the policy is not renewed.
• Discounts- Save up to 20-40% on premium and insulation for third party premium
• Better No-Claim Bonus Advantage- If you are eligible for 25% NCB, it’s applied on the premium of all 3 years. In single year policy, you lose the 25% with one claim. But, in multiyear plan, the 25% is locked for you.
Will I get any reminder for policy renewals if I buy from Coverfox.com?
If you buy your policy from Coverfox.com, we promise you that we would remind you well in time, for you to never miss your renewal date.
How is third-party insurance different from comprehensive two-wheeler insurance?
The difference between third-party insurance and comprehensive two-wheeler insurance is as below:
Third-party Insurance: It covers only the damages to a third party and their property. It's best for those insuring their bikes only because it's mandatory (but we wouldn't recommend that!).
Comprehensive Insurance: This covers damages to the third party, as well as your own bike. It is best for those wanting to cover for losses from incidents such as theft and natural disasters.