Two Wheeler Insurance Bangalore

There is no denying that Bangalore is one of the most populous cities in India. In fact, currently it holds the position of third most populous city in the country. The growth has been incredibly rapid: From 5.1 million people in 2001 to 8.4 Million in 2011. The growth is still on a steady incline. This increase has led to unmanageable traffic and thus accidents on the road. Two wheeler insurance is more important than ever before now.

The law requires all vehicle owners to . However this is not a comprehensive cover and you will be required to pay a little more for a comprehensive cover that will take care of all expenses. The Motor Vehicle Act covers a variety of expenses that you may have to bear in the event of a two wheeler accident. It also in the event of a theft, fire, malicious act, natural disasters etc. Further, the legal liability to third party personal injury and property damage which arises out of the accident is also covered in this, as well as a personal accident cover.

So what is not included in the basic cover that the law expects? Things like loss of accessories, the legal liability to paid driver, personal accident cover for the pillion riders, normal wear and tear, damage due to negligent driver or driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol will not be covered in the basic insurance policy. It is possible to pay a little extra for a comprehensive cover which will cover many more expenses that you will be likely to face in the duration of your two wheeler’s possession.

Some of the top insurers in the city are Bharthi AXA, Bajaj Allianz, ICICI and HDFC. If you are looking at buying a new bike make sure that you compare the rates online and pick the one best suited for your requirements.

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  • Launch of the CFMoto motorcycles delayed owing to bad weather

    Chinese automaker CFMoto was set to launch four of its motorcycles in India on 4 July 2019. However, the launch event had to be postponed owing to bad weather.

    The 4 motorcycles that were set for the launch are the CFMoto 300NK, the CFMoto 650NK, the CFMoto 650MT, and the CFMoto 650GT. The motorcycles have been up for sale in the international market for quite some time and it can be expected to be coming to India via CKD. The CFMoto 300NK derives its power from a 292.4 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine which churns out 34 hp of max power at 7,200 rpm and 20.5 Nm of peak torque at 8,800 rpm. The CFMoto 650s share the same 649.3 cc, twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. However, the engines have been retuned for each of the three models. The naked version - 650NK produces about 61 hp of max power at 9,000 rpm and 56Nm of peak torque at 7,000 rpm. The 650MT which is an adventure-tourer, produces about 70.7 hp of max power and 62 Nm of peak torque. The 650GT produces 62.5 hp of max power and 58.5 Nm of peak torque.

    01 July, 2019

  • CFMoto set to launch 4 models on 4th July

    Chinese automaker, CFMoto has tied up with AMW Motorcycles which is based out of Bengaluru. The automaker is all set to launch 4 of its motorcycles in India on 4 July 2019. This is the second time the company is setting up in India. The 4 models which are lined up for the launch are the 300NK, the 650GT, the 650MT, and the 650NK. The company has released teasers for the motorcycles.

    The motorcycles will be making their way to the Indian market as CKD units. Thus, the specifications on the motorcycles can be expected to be identical to the international variants. The CFMoto 300NK will be powered by a 292.4 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine which juices out 34 hp of max power at 7,200 rpm and 20.5 Nm of peak torque at 8,800 rpm. The CFMoto 650s share the same 649.3 cc, twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. However, the engines have been retuned for each of the three models. The naked version - 650NK produces about 61 hp of max power at 9,000 rpm and 56Nm of peak torque at 7,000 rpm. The 650MT which is an adventure-tourer, produces about 70.7 hp of max power and 62 Nm of peak torque. The 650GT produces 62.5 hp of max power and 58.5 Nm of peak torque.

    01 July, 2019

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