Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has issued an order which states that the mandatory third-party (TP) insurance for two-wheelers and cars have been increased and will come into effect from 16th June 2019.

According to the new rule, the TP insurance premium for two-wheelers of less than 75cc engine capacity has been increased to Rs 482 whereas those which are of 75-150cc engine capacity will need to pay Rs 752.

Thrid-party insurance premium hike 2019

The existing premium of Rs 985 for the two-wheelers that fall in the 150-350cc engine capacity range has been increased to Rs 1,193, about 21%. There are no changes in the premium of two-wheelers with over 350cc engine capacity; so buy a motorcycle that falls in this category to avoid paying any extra TP insurance premium!

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Following are the new TP insurance premium of other vehicles-

  • Smaller cars with less than 1,000cc engine capacity – Rs 2,072
  • Cars with 1,000-1,500cc engine capacity – Rs 3,221
  • Cars with over 1,500cc engine capacity – No changes, old premium of Rs 7,890 holds
  • E-rickshaw – no change
  • The revised premiums are also valid for both public and private goods carrying vehicles. However, there is no change in the long-term single premium rates.

Usually, the mandatory TP insurance cover rates are revised from 1st April but this time they’ll go into effect from 16th June 2019.


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