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Are there extensions that can be added to the Comprehensive policy?

Extensions can be purchased on Comprehensive motor insurance policies for loss or damage to accessories, passenger accident cover, and legal liability to employees and non-fare paying passengers in commercial vehicles.

Apnainsurance.com Research Bureau

28 Nov 2007

Apart from the optional covers available in the Comprehensive car insurance policy, there are some extension covers on the insurance that can be purchased. These include:

    • Loss or damage of accessories fitted in the vehicle such as stereo, fan, air-conditioner, etc.
    • Personal accident cover under private car policies for passengers and drivers
    • Legal liability to be paid to employees or non-fare paying passengers in commercial vehicles

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