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Can motor vehicles be insured against fire and theft risks only?

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Private Cars, motor cycles, scooters and commercial vehicles can be insured against Fire & Theft Risks only, provided they are laid up in the garage and not in active use. The insurance company under such cover shall only be liable to indemnify the insured against loss or damage by:

  • Fire
  • Explosion
  • Self-Ignition or Lightning
  • Burglary
  • Housebreaking or Theft and Riot
  • Strike
  • Malicious and Terrorism Damage

In case of vehicles that are in use, Fire & Theft Risks only can be covered with the Act Liability Risks.

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