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Old 26th May 2014, 02:36   #31
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Online insurance renewal is only possible for cars which is upto 5 years old.

Hope you might have renewed it ? (But this info will be useful for others)
Yes, tried in vain to renew the insurance online. Eventually had to physically go with the car to Oriental Insurance Company and get it done.

They managed to screw it up by getting details like the cubic capacity and car model wrong! Unbelievable! Had to go back for an endorsement on the insurance policy.
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Old 27th May 2014, 22:11   #32
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I have purchased a 1984 Mahindra through an auction. It is going to be restored and put back on road. The last policy on the jeep was in 2005. The papers have been given to me. Now I understand that I should get it insured, TP preferably, but would it be possible? If not what are my options?
IMHO for vehicles above 15 years it is Third Party only. You will need to take the vehicle for an inspection too.
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Guys, anyone in Kerala knows of getting insurance for 14 year bike easily? I was sent off by Reliance quoting that they do not do such old vehicles! There had been some time lapse from the previous insurance term as the bike is sparingly used.
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Our 1996 Zen is restored and now without insurance.
I called up Bajaj Allianz (head office is very close to my residence) and they politely told me that for such an old vehicle I have to visit their branch office which is 45 minutes drive from my house.

So, now, I have to look for some other option.

So far, I have been buying TP insurance from National and that is always an option, though a bit far.
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Is there any update on insurance for classic and vintage cars? I'm now told that insurance premium is linked to engine capacity. For my 1947 Dodge I was quoted a whopping Rs.7000+ by VCCCI. Can someone confirm the best way to go about this.
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Do companies double own damage insurance charge when car cross 10 years age limit?
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