Getting a comprehensive two wheeler insurance for a Bajaj bike is important, as it will protect your two wheeler from an untoward incident that involves own damage, as well as third-party liability. Of course, add-on insurance covers from LGI will give the Bajaj bike more cover.
Bajaj Auto Limited is a Pune-based two wheeler manufacturing company which was founded in the 1940s. Since Rajiv Bajaj assumed the position of its Chief Executive Officer, the company’s progress has increased manifold. Among the most popular vehicles in the Indian motorcycle manufacturer’s stable is the Pulsar series which began with the Pulsar 150 and Pulsar 180 twins in 2001. Over the years, Bajaj Auto has made its presence felt in over 70 nations.Read More
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Top Bajaj two wheelers
Bajaj Pulsar 125
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 was due to the rising bike prices, given the new safety regulations. These regulations were incorporated due to the introduction of a combined braking system in all bikes over 125cc.
Bajaj CT100 is the company's entry-level motorcycle that is priced at Rs 41,997 (ex-showroom) in New Delhi and 38,806 (ex-showroom Maharashtra). The fourth variant of CT100, the bike has now been updated with an electric start.
Bajaj Discover 110
Although Bajaj discontinued the Discover a few years ago, they have relaunched it at Rs 50,176 (ex-showroom Delhi). The Discover 110 shares most features that its larger sibling, the Discover 125 has, albeit a smaller engine. The Discover was relaunched to take on Hero, Honda, and TVS in the 110 cc segment.
The Bajaj Avenger 220 is available in the Cruise and Street variant. The Street variant sees additions in the form of an all- black paint scheme with red highlights, mag wheels, black exhaust, black-painted engine, new grab rail, new instrument cluster and much more.
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Types of two wheeler insurance for Bajaj bikes
Own damage to two wheeler
Own damage to two wheeler will ensure that you are covered in case of accidents such as fire, theft, etc. In case of an untoward accident, own damage cover will compensate you in case you wish to repair or replace parts of Bajaj two wheeler damaged in the accident.
What does own damage to two wheeler insurance policy not cover?
- Damage to third-party vehicle
- Damage caused to a third-party property
- Injuries to a third party in an accident involving your two-wheeler
- Normal wear and tear
- Mechanical and electrical breakdown
- In case you use your private bike commercially
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Driving without a licence
- Consequential loss
Third party Insurance
Third-party insurance is mandatory under the Motor Vehicle Act of 1988. Driving without a third-party policy is punishable by law.
Add-on covers for your Bajaj two wheeler include engine safe cover, depreciation cover, GAP value, key replacement cover, and roadside assistance cover.
What are the documents required to settle a claim?
You will be required to submit the following documents
- Insurance policy number
- Contact details
- Date and time of the accident
- The vehicle number of the Bajaj bike
- A detailed explanation of how the accident took place (in case the bike met with an accident)
- A copy of the FIR in case of a third-party liability
- An estimated cost of repair from the garage
- Copy of bills and receipts in case you have already made a payment
Should I buy third-party or comprehensive bike insurance?
Third-party bike insurance is mandatory according to the Motor Vehicle Act of 1988. However, it is advisable to buy comprehensive two-wheeler insurance for Bajaj, as third-party bike insurance only covers third-party liability, and any damage to the two-wheeler will not be covered.
However, it is advisable to buy a comprehensive bike insurance, as third-party two-wheeler insurance only covers third-party liability, and any damage to your bike will not be covered. You can choose one of several Liberty General bike insurance policies that cater to your requirements to ensure that you don’t feel the pinch in case your Bajaj bike is damaged. You should also look to buy an add-on insurance policy cover so that you can secure the best possible protection for yourself. Some of the add-on policies include Depreciation Cover, Engine Safe Cover, Passenger Assist Cover, Gap Value, Key Loss Cover, Roadside Assistance Cover, Consumable Cover.
What are the factors that affect two wheeler insurance?
Factors that determine two wheeler insurance premiums include:
- Driving history
- Gender and age of driver
- Marital status
- Previous insurance
- Cubic capacity of engine
- Age of the vehicle
- Vehicle use
- Make, model and variant of your vehicle
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