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Maruti Insurance ramps up sales

Maruti Insurance, the tie up between Maruti and four insurers, has sold more than two million insurance policies. The first million took 30 months, the second was crossed in a record 13 months. Maruti Insurance serves as a one-stop shop for its policyholders' insurance needs. Key benefits to policyholders include near cashless repairs; country wide, faster, easier and more transparent claim settlements and subsidised towing to the extent of Rs 1,500 in case of an accident. An 85 per cent enrolment among new car buyers is said to have contributed to the ramp up.

Alagappan Arunachalam

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