In a notification, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has withdrawn the newly launched long term-third party insurance cover which is issued for three/five years for new vehicles and two-wheelers. This will be effective from August 1, 2020 and make insurance cover affordable for vehicle owners. The
Mahindra & Mahindra is voluntarily recalling a batch of its newly launched compact SUV XUV300 in India. In a regulatory filing, the Indian automaker has announced that it is conducting a proactive inspection and replacement of a suspension component. Under the scheme, Mahindra will be recalling the vehicles manufactured till
Maruti Suzuki has launched XL6 as a premium derivative of its best selling MPV Ertiga. The premium MPV offers more premium styling and extra creature comforts for both rear and front passengers. Maruti’s new offering is only available with a petrol-electric hybrid engine mated with manual and automatic gearbox
MG Hector has stormed the Indian market with its killer looks and connected features. But one vehicle which is giving it a tough competition is our homegrown brand, Tata Harrier with multiple drive modes, Land Rover chassis and Lotus-tuned suspension. Hector and Harrier, both tick the big SUV checkbox and
Speed breaker is a traffic management tool that is used to slow down fast moving vehicles near schools, hospitals, toll booths, flyover entry and exit for safety purposes. The vertical deflection to reduce the speed of vehicles is known as speed bumps, speed humps, speed cushions, speed ramps and speed
Maruti Suzuki India Limited is a joint venture of Maruti Udyog Limited, a company started by the Government of India in 1981, and Japanese automobile company Suzuki. The joint venture agreement was signed in the year 1982. India is one of the favourite places of automotive investors. The attractive costs
Insurance policy is the best possible way to protect your bike against expenditures incurred due to an accident or theft. However, you are also legally liable under the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 to always keep your vehicle insured. Buying third party insurance is mandatory for a vehicle owner in India.