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Liberty General Insurance introduces ‘Liberty Assure’

Mumbai: Liberty General Insurance Ltd has  launched an innovative service ‘Liberty Assure’ as a part of its existing Private Car Package Policy, under the Regulatory Sandbox approval received from IRDAI. This innovative offering is one of its kind in the industry where the customer will not have to bear the cost of ‘Compulsory Deductible’ for every claim at no extra premium to avail this service at the time of raising a claim or loss. The new feature will also give customers even more control over their insurance costs, thus enabling them to save more. Additional benefits under this feature include the Service Warranty, which ascertains that Peace of Mind comes standard for the customers. It covers any defects arising from the repair of accidental vehicle. The company’s preferred provider network (PPN) workshop will make such loss good by providing the required repair or replacement of the defect at no additional cost. The customer can visit the same workshop with the service warranty certificate for any further repair or replacement of the defect. However, the service warranty will be available up to 6 months or 10,000 km  and it will be effective from the date of delivery of vehicle from Liberty’s PPN Workshop. All customers intimating their vehicle’s own damage partial loss claim(s) under Private car package policy during July 03, 2020 – December 31, 2020 will be eligible to avail the benefits specified under this unique feature at the Company’s PPN workshops only.  NT

Petrol BS6 compliant LCV, Maruti Suzuki Super Carry introduced

PANAJI: Maruti Suzuki India Limited recently announced the launch of BS6 compliant S-CNG variant of Super Carry. The launch is aligned to the company’s Mission Green Million announced at Auto Expo 2020. Aptly called ‘Tarakki Ka Dumdaar Sathi’ for its business viability, Maruti Suzuki Super Carry is the first light commercial vehicle to upgrade to BS6 engine. Venturing into green mobility with introduction of CNG vehicles in 2010, Maruti Suzuki today offers an unmatched array of green vehicles. Having already sold one million green vehicles (including CNG, Smart Hybrid vehicles), Maruti Suzuki, under its ‘Mission Green Million’,  aims to sell the nextone million green vehicles in the next couple of years, spearheading their mass adoption across the country. Maruti Suzuki S-CNG vehicles are equipped with dual interdependent ECUs (Electronic Control Units) and intelligent injection system. Vehicles are factory fitted, and specially tuned and calibrated to deliver optimum performance and enhanced drivability across all kinds of terrains.  NT