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It’s possible that we aren’t currently providing cover for the vehicle you have specified. For more information, kindly contact us by calling our toll-free number 1 800 266 4545
Don’t worry, even if your car is not one that is currently available in the market, this won’t have any negative impact on your policy, claims, servicing or renewals.
For more details, please feel free to call our toll-free number 1800 266 4545, or leave your contact details here and a representative will get back to you soon.
For accurate information about your model and variant, check your RC (Registration Certificate) copy.
Your car model and variant will be used as the basis for us to provide you with a premium quote. If you have entered incorrect car model and variant details, do not worry, it still can be rectified. However this could lead to a change in the amount quoted as your premium.
Your car model and variant will be used as the basis for us to provide you with a quote for your premium. If you have entered the incorrect car model and variant, do not worry, it can be rectified, but this could lead to a change in the amount quoted as your premium.
RTO stands for Regional Transport Office, and every car is registered at an RTO. If your car was registered in Thane, then your RTO location is Thane.
For us to provide you with an accurate premium, we need to know where your car is registered. So, if your car was registered in Delhi, but you currently use the vehicle in Mumbai, you need to enter Delhi as your RTO location.
If your RTO location or city is not present, you can select the nearest city available in the list, and we will provide you a quote accordingly. For more information, kindly call us on our toll-free number 1 800 266 4545
Yes, the premium for your car insurance is calculated keeping a number of factors in mind, and the city in which the car is registered is one of these factors.
Your car’s registration date will be recorded in your RC.
If your car isn’t registered yet, we can provide you with a premium quote based on the invoice date of your car.
The invoice date is the date on which your car was billed with the car manufacturer.
Your registration date is the date on which your car is registered with the RTO, while your invoice date refers to the date on which your car was billed with the car manufacturer.
You needn't worry if your policy has already expired, you can still buy insurance from us. We will carry out an inspection of the car before collecting the premium from you, depending on what the expiry date of your previous policy was.
Vehicle inspection is only required if your car insurance policy has already expired. The inspection helps us to identify if there is any existing damage to the car. This in turn helps us to process your claims, if any, without any hassle.
To arrange a time and date for the car inspection, one of our call centre executives will get in touch with you. The time will be arranged according to your availability and convenience.
You need to declare any claims made with your previous insurer in the current insurance policy, as it will impact the calculation of the no claim bonus percentage.
Yes, a past claim will have an impact on the calculation of the no claim bonus percentage.
As the name suggests, a No Claim Bonus is the reward you receive for not making a claim in the preceding year. The bonus can range from 20% to 50%.
You can refer to your previous insurance policy for details on the No Claim Bonus percentage. This information will be provided by your previous insurer.
The No Claim Bonus percentage is calculated depending on the claims you have made in the previous year.
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By enhancing your cover you can be rest assured that your vehicle is protected against selective events, and you are not required to pay very high amounts from your pocket to get parts repaired or replaced.
Yes, you need to pay an additional premium for any additional or optional covers you choose. We recommend that you select coverage basis your requirement.
Yes, you can change your IDV to a maximum of + or – 10%. It is recommended that you go with the option we suggest, and a change in your IDV will impact your premium.
Your premium is of a comprehensive plan, without any add-ons. The policy will cover own damages and third party liability. It also includes applicable taxes.
The revised premium is based on your selection of additional/optional cover options chosen.
We would recommend the premium inclusive of add-ons, so that you can protect your car against a number of specific eventualities.
If you want to insure your family members separately, you can insure up to 4 adults and 4 children together. If you opt for a family floater option (all family members under one policy), you can insure a maximum of 2 adults and 3 children.
You can insure your dependent family members, such as your spouse, parents, and children.
Yes, the premium paid for health insurance policies qualifies for deduction under Section 80D of the Income Tax Act 1961.
We need the date of birth of every family member to provide you with an accurate premium for the same.
If you haven't bought the policy yet, you can re-calculate the premium basis the correct date of birth. In case you have already purchased the policy, then please contact us on our toll-free number 1 800 266 4545 to correct the date. Please remember that this could attract a change in the premium.
Yes, the date of birth has an impact on the premium you pay. The date of birth allows us to evaluate a policy and quote the premium accordingly.
You can buy health insurance for an individual who is maximum 65 years of age.
This depends on your age and family composition. If you are young, without any dependents, we would suggest you go for a lower sum insured. But, if you have dependent parents and children, we would suggest you go for a higher sum insured.
As the name suggests, a family floater plan allows you to insure your family under one policy and the entire family shares the sum insured opted. In case of an individual plan, each family member will have a separate sum insured for them to utilise.
In case you want to buy an individual plan for your family members, the minimum age is 5 years and maximum age is 25 years. And if you want to buy a family floater plan, then the minimum age is 91 days and the maximum age is 25 years.
Yes, the premium is inclusive of service tax, swachh bharat cess and krishi kalyan cess.
Yes, the premium paid for health insurance policies qualifies for a deduction under Section 80D of the Income Tax Act 1961.
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You will be taken to the next stage of buying where you only have to fill the form and make the payment to get the policy.
We require your details to share important information about your quote and policy with you. Having your contact details in our records will also help us serve you better.
You can call on our toll-free no. 1800 266 4545 or chat with our online expert or leave your phone number here and we will call you back.
Yes, you can buy health insurance online, and the policy can be issued to you in real-time based on the merits of the health declarations made by you.
Typically, you are not required to submit any documents to buy health insurance online. If we feel there is a need to analyse your health, then we may ask for a few documents.
The pre-authorisation form is the form that is sent to the insurance company to avail of cashless service, after being duly filled by the insured and the attending doctor. This form is available at the insurance helpdesk/cashless counter in the hospital.
Network hospital refers to all such hospitals/nursing homes in which the cashless facility may be availed by the insured for treatment as provided herein. The list of network hospitals is subject to amendment from time to time and shall be available with the Company.
The following documents should be carried to the hospital while availing the cashless facility:
Yes, you are eligible to lodge he claim with us. Please note, the hospital/nursing home should meet the criteria as defined in the Policy. Your claims will be assessed on reimbursement basis subject to other terms and conditions of the Policy.
The health policy covers medical expenses incurred towards the ailment, subject to the condition that the ailment is admissible under the Policy. Following are the broad heads of expense:
Cashless requests can be turned down under the following circumstances:
In such a case, the hospital will request the Insurance Company to increase the amount approved if needed during the treatment. The request will be assessed by the Insurance Company and additional approval will be given subject to terms and conditions of the Policy and availability of the sum insured.
Intimation of a claim must be done at least 48 hours prior to hospitalisation in case of planned hospitalisation, and within 24 hours of hospitalisation in case of an emergency hospitalisation. Emergency claims can be notified by family members/friends once the insured is stable.
To intimate us about a claim, you can call our toll free number 1 800 266 4545 (8 a.m.-8 p.m.) or write to us at email@example.com or send a post to the address mentioned in the Policy.
(health claims department address)
The following information should be provided while intimating a reimbursement claim:
The claim documents, duly completed, should be submitted at the following address as early as possible, but no later than 30 days from the date of discharge.
(health claims department address)
The pre-hospitalisation claim documents duly completed should be submitted at the following address within 15 days from the date of discharge. All post-hospitalisation claim documents should be submitted within 30 days from the date of completion of treatment, or expiry of the post-hospitalisation period as per the Policy, whichever is earlier. However, if the insured chooses to submit the bills in part, the same is also accepted.
(health claims department address)
The following documents are required for the processing of reimbursement claims:
Reimbursement claims may not be admissible under the following circumstances:
You need to submit the original documents to one of the insurance companies. After settlement of the claim, you need to obtain certified true copies of the documents along with a settlement letter and submit the same to the other insurer for the claim.
Reimbursement Claim: These claims shall be processed within 15 working days from the receipt of complete documents.
Complete documents means submission of all medical documents as mentioned in the claim procedure along with all previous treatment papers (if any).
We shall convey our decision on the cashless mode within 6 business hours from the receipt of complete details.
Complete details means submission of pre-authorisation form with information viz. provisional/final diagnosis, estimated treatment expense, length of stay & past medical history (if any) and duly signed by the treating doctor.
The following documents should also be sent:
Roadside Assistance is a service that provides you with the necessary help required in case you are stranded on the road when your car breaks down. This includes:
The Insured's Declared Value (IDV) of the vehicle is the maximum Sum Assured fixed by the insurer at the beginning of each policy period for the insured vehicle. If the vehicle suffers total loss, the IDV is the compensation that the insurer will provide to the policyholder.
The IDV of the vehicle is fixed on the basis of the manufacturer's listed selling price of the brand and model of the vehicle proposed for insurance at the commencement of insurance or at renewal, and is adjusted for depreciation (as per the schedule specified below). The IDV of the sidecar(s) and/or accessories, if any, fitted to the vehicle, but not included in the manufacturer's listed selling price of the vehicle is also likewise to be fixed.
An endorsement is written evidence of an agreed change in policy terms.
.Typically, general insurance contracts are for a period of one year, unless stated otherwise. Please check your policy certificate cum schedule to determine the period of coverage.
A comprehensive insurance policy covers loss or damage to:
A third-party policy covers the following risks:
If no claim is made during the policy period, a discount on the Own Damage (OD) premium is offered on renewals by the insurance company. This discount is known as a No Claim Bonus.
Yes, you are still eligible for NCB if you renew your policy within 90 days of the expiry of the previous policy.
Cashless facility refers to the settlement of claims whereby the insured has to pay only Depreciation, Consumables and Salvage amount of the total amount of the claim sanctioned by the surveyor/authorised person of the insurance company.
For any claim, kindly call us on 1 800 266 4545 (8 a.m-8 p.m.) to intimate us, and one of our customer care executives will provide you with a claim number. Post submission of the required documents, the claim shall be processed in accordance with policy terms and conditions.
For the most recently updated list of our network garages where you can avail of a cashless claim, you can visit our website www.kotakgeneralinsurance.com.
First, call us on 1 800 266 4545 (8a.m.-8p.m.) and intimate us about the claim with all your policy details. Then submit your vehicle to the nearest cashless garage along with the relevant documents, as suggested by the surveyor
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