As you fit the CNG / LPG kit, it is necessary to inform both the Road Transport Authority (RTA) where the vehicle is registered and your Insurance Company. The RTA will make a note of the change in the Registration Certificate (RC), and the Insurance Company will inform you about the payment of extra premium for the value of the kit to be covered under the “OD” and “TP” sections. The fitting of the CNG should be endorsed in the RC barring, which an insurance claim would be considered as void.
If at all your premium decreases it could be because your IDV has reduced. Or perhaps, you had a claim-free year so you can ask for NCB discount. Or perhaps you chose to discontinue certain add-on covers. For example, you may have had a zero-depreciation add-on but that would be valid only till the 5th year. From the 6th year onwards, since the add-on is discontinued, your premium is lowered by default.
Yes, there is a possibility to transfer the insurance in the name of the buyer of the vehicle, provided the seller informs of such transfer in writing, to the insurance company. A fresh proposal form has to be filled in this case. There is a nominal fee charged for transfer of insurance with pro-rata recovery of NCB. This is charged from the date of transfer till the policy expires. Please note that transfer of ownership in comprehensive/package policies has to be recorded within 14 days from date of transfer. If the policyholder fails to do so, no claim will be payable for own damage to the vehicle.
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