With Liberty General Insurance, obtaining two wheeler insurance for your Triumph motorcycles is seamless. You can visit the LGI website and protect your bike cost-effectively and securely in just a few clicks.
Triumph is one of UK's largest motorcycle manufacturers. The company was established in 1983 after John Bloor acquired rights to the Triumph Engineering brand and set up a factory in Hinckley, Leicestershire. Driven with a passion for making the world's best motorcycles, Triumph offers the perfect ride by maintaining a delicate balance between power, handling, and style.Read More
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Top Triumph two wheelers
Triumph Rocket 3
The all-new Rocket 3 is powered with a 2500cc inline-three cylinder engine and comes in two variants, the roadster variant R, and the touring-focused variant GT. The models are expected to be launched in India by the mid-2020s. Weighing almost 40kgs lighter than the previous models, the Rocket 3 offers unparalleled acceleration with a comfortable and incredibly refined ride. The starting price range for the Rocket 3 model is 18 lakhs.
Triumph Street Twin
Triumph's performance icon, the Street Twin, is a classic designed to deliver a dynamic riding experience. Street Twin being its entry-level offering, was first launched in India at the 2016 Delhi Auto Expo. Powered with a 1200cc engine, the revamped Street Twin brings together advanced roadster performance and technology with Triumph's superior capability. With a starting range of 7.45 lakhs, the Street Twin is Triumph's most affordable model in India.
Triumph Tiger 800
Tiger 800 is one of the most-loved adventure tourer bikes in the entire Triumph range. The Tiger 800's responsive triple engine, with its peak power output of 95PS, offers incredible on-road and off-road experience for riders. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, Triumph's Tiger 800 2019 version provides the best adventure experience. The models are priced upwards of 15 lakhs in India.
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Types of two wheeler insurance for Triumph 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 your two wheeler damaged in the accident.
What does own damage to two wheeler insurance policy not cover?
- Damages to a third party vehicle (If you want coverage for both - own as well as third party damages then buy comprehensive bike insurance)
- Damage caused to a third-party property
- Injuries caused to other people in an accident
- Normal wear-and-tear of the vehicle
- Mechanical and electrical breakdown
- A vehicle being used other than in accordance with the limitations as to use. For example, if you use your two wheeler for commercial purposes.
- Damage to/by person driving without a valid driving license
- Loss or damage caused while riding under the influence of alcohol or any other intoxicating substance
- Consequential loss - if the original damage causes subsequent damage/loss, only the original damage will be covered
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 two wheeler include engine safe cover, depreciation cover, GAP value, key replacement cover, and roadside assistant cover
What is two wheeler insurance? Is it mandatory?
Two wheeler insurance offers protection against the potential risk of damage or loss to self and motorcycles while riding two wheelers. While Indian vehicles need to be insured against third-party liability as per the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, it is recommended to have more extensive coverage to cover losses incurred to the registered bike as well.
Can I change insurance service providers in the middle of my tenure?
No, however, you can change your insurance service provider at the time of renewal. If you are already insured with another service provider and seek better coverage and cashless claim settlements with LGI, you can terminate your existing insurance upon expiry and apply for an LGI Two wheeler package policy. Learn more about the benefits of our two wheeler insurance policy here.
What do you mean by a multi-year two wheeler insurance add-on?
A Multi-year two wheeler insurance policy add-on is a feature that helps you extend the coverage of your standard two wheeler insurance policies beyond one year. With this feature, you can extend your coverage for a period of up to 3 years. You can pay the premium upfront and enjoy the benefits of the extended coverage without the hassle of annual renewals. And for renewal of your insurance policy, you can do it online by visiting our website, or mobile application or via WhatsApp. Once you renew the policy, you will get a soft copy version of the same for your reference. You can check out further details about the LGI policy renewal process and add-on protection covers offered at this link.
Is there personal accident cover in LGI two wheeler insurance policy?
Yes. LGI Two Wheeler Package Policy offers personal accident cover to owner/driver. However, you can also purchase add-on personal accident cover for pillion rider by paying extra premium.