It’s that time of year again when you need to renew your two Wheeler insurance policy. Here are a few documents you’ll need to bring with you when you go to renew your policy:
- Recent passport-sized photos
- Insurance certificate (current insurance policy)
- Your driver’s license
- Proof of car ownership (usually a registration)
How Much Does It Cost to Renew My Two Wheeler Insurance Policy?
There is no one answer to this question because the cost of renewing your two wheeler insurance policy can vary depending on a number of factors, including the type of policy you have and the state in which you reside.
If you do not have two wheeler insurance and you plan on riding a two wheeler in some states, it is important to check with your state’s department to find out what type of insurance is required before you ride. Some states only require limited liability coverage while others require full motorcycle insurance.
Whatever the cost, it is always important to compare rates before renewing your two wheeler insurance policy. Doing so will help ensure that you are getting the best possible deal.
What If I Don’t Have My Original Documents?
If you don’t have your original documents, like a title and registration card, you can still renew your two-wheeler insurance policy.
- You will just need to provide some other proof of ownership, like a bill of sale or photograph of the bike in your possession.
- You can also try to get a duplicate title if you bought the bike from a dealer. Dealers usually have copies of titles in their files.
- You can even download your documents on whatsapp via DigiLocker service. Just save this number (+91 9013151515) on your phone and Message ‘Hi’ on whatsapp. Then press ‘DigiLocker Services’ then press ‘YES’ the enter Adhaar Card Number. Then you will recieve OTP and continue as per your requirement.
When Can I Renew My Two Wheeler Insurance Policy?
The first thing to keep in mind is that your policy will expire on a certain date, usually around 6-12 months after the date it was issued.
Another important thing to know is that if you do not renew your policy by the expiration date, you may be subject to a fee and/or may have your coverage reduced.
If everything looks good on the surface and you’ve followed all the safety guidelines outlined in your policy, there shouldn’t be any problems getting renewed. Just make sure you have all the correct documentation at hand before heading into the office to get your new policy in place.