Bike Insurance Plans By Edelweiss General Insurance
Pick Your Protective Gear
Third Party Two Wheeler Insurance Only(Edelweiss Two Wheeler Liability Only Insurance)
This is like the bobber of insurance policies. It offers the most basic cover that you need to legally ride your hog on the road. This two wheeler insurance policy will only cover damages caused to other individuals or their property.
Third Party Bike Insurance + Own Damage(Edelweiss Bike Package Insurance)
To cruise carefree on those lost highways, we strongly recommend opting for this cover. Apart from the basic third-party protection it offers, this bike insurance policy will also take care of any damages caused to the two wheeler, as well as injuries sustained by the rider.
If you like, you can add an extra layer of protection with these add-ons:
Extend the geographical area of cover
Personal accident cover for the pillion rider
What’s Not Covered Under Our Bike Insurance?
Depreciation, or the drop in value, of the two wheeler and its parts due to age and wear and tear
Some Helpful Documents
Why Edelweiss Two Wheeler Insurance?
We Won’t Play the Claim Game
We've made two wheeler insurance claims easy
Don’t worry about it! Give us a call,and we’ll guide you through your claim.
Bike Insurance FAQs
What is my IDV?
You two wheeler’s IDV or Insured Declared Value refers to the maximum Sum Assured. This amount will be fixed at the beginning of the policy term after a vehicle inspection.
How long is my bike insurance cover valid for?
Typically, your bike insurance policy will be valid for a period of one year. However, there are cases in which you can purchase insurance for up to 3 years at a time. You’ll need to check your policy to understand when it expires.
Are there any situations in which bike insurance policy won't cover me?
This will largely depend on the kind of policy and add-ons you’ve selected. Generally, your bike insurance policy will not cover situations in which the two wheeler is being used illegally, or damages caused by war, war-like situations, or wear and tear of various parts.
To find out if there’s anything we won’t handle, you can check your policy schedule.
Can I transfer the bike insurance NCB from my previous provider?
Absolutely! We’re happy to have you on board, and as long as you renew your bike insurance policy within 90 days of expiry, you’ll continue receiving the NCB.
How do I know if my preferred garage is a cashless one?
We have a wide network of cashless garages across the country, so you’ll never be too far away from one. To find where these garages are located, click here.
If I lose my bike insurance documents, will it affect my cover?
This is something that you won’t have to worry about. If you happen to misplace your bike insurance policy documents, you can let us know and we’ll send you duplicates. Plus, you should have a soft copy on your e-mail, so we’ll always have your back.
Will somebody come and check the damage done once I raise a bike insurance claim?
Yes, we’ll send a surveyor to check out the damage done to your bike after you’ve requested for a claim.
How long will it take for bike insurance claim to be settled?
Once we have all the documents in place, not very long at all. Ideally, we’ll have everything done within just 7 working days.