If your bike causes damage to a third party,
immediately inform the police and your insurer.If you are a victim of the accident, take the
insurance details of the third-party vehicle, and inform their insurer.
After being informed, the insurer transfers
the matter to the motor insurance claim tribunal.
The tribunal then decides the amount to be paid as compensation.
In the case of any loss or damage to your own bike,
inform your insurer and the police immediately.If you do not inform within the stipulated time,
your claim could be rejected.Step 2
After being informed, the insurer appoints a surveyor to examine the case.After a survey of your bike, the insurer sends
an approval to the garage to begin the work.Step 3
Your insurer then pays or reimburses the repairs
cost as per the terms and conditions of your policy.
If your bike is stolen, immediately inform the
police and your insurer.
Submit your bike documents to your insurer.These include the registration certificate of the
bike, your licence, etc.You might also have to submit the original bike keys.
If the police cannot locate your bike within a
reasonable time period, it issues a non-traceable certificate.Your insurer then settles your claim as per
the terms and conditions of your policy.