Mumbai, 16th March 2017: Royal Sundaram General Insurance Co. Limited, India’s first private sector general insurance company, launched the ‘Two Wheeler Long Term Package Policy’. The product offers extended protection for a period of 2 or 3 years upon payment of a single premium unaffected by the annual rate hike. The Two Wheeler Long Term Package Policy will cover the accidental loss or damage to the two wheeler and also covers liability to third parties and personal accidental cover.
Commenting on the launch of the new product, M.S. Sreedhar, Managing Director, Royal Sundaram General Insurance Co. Limited said,“We believe in constant innovation and elevating the customer experience. Royal Sundaram’s new Two Wheeler Long Term Package Policy is an all encompassing product that offers compound benefits with hassle-free renewals at reasonable cost. With the recent introduction of the long-term motor policy, we are confident that more vehicles will be insured by 2020 thereby bringing more the number of uninsured vehicles under cover and also improve penetration.”
Thirunavukarasu, Country Head, Underwriting and Claims (motor), Royal Sundaram General Insurance Co. Limited said, “As per industry projections, it is estimated that 75% of two wheeler users do not renew their insurance regularly. While no two wheeler can be purchased without buying an insurance policy, the policies are discontinued mostly upon resale of vehicles. Another reason for the lack of interest in two wheeler insurance is the low frequency of claims. However, what many customers fail to understand is that there is a third party cover which is mandatory and could come in handy should there be an unfortunate accident involving third parties.Traditionally, motor insurance policies have been only for a period of one year. The Two Wheeler Long Term Package Policy by Royal Sundaram offers excellent benefits, ease and convenience to buy, simple to understand and gives best value for money. The product provides a long term benefit that spans across 2-3 years”.