The documents required for renewing a car insurance policy can vary depending on the insurance company and the type of policy. However, generally the following documents are required for renewing a car insurance policy:
The existing policy documents: The insurance company will need the original policy documents or a copy of the same for renewing the policy.
Vehicle registration certificate (RC): The insurance company will need a copy of the RC to verify the details of the vehicle, such as make, model, registration number, etc.
Driving License: A copy of the driving license of the policyholder and any other named drivers on the policy is required.
PUC (Pollution Under Control) certificate: A copy of the PUC certificate is required as proof that the vehicle has passed the pollution test.
ID proof: Insurance companies may ask for a copy of the policyholder’s ID proof, such as PAN card, passport, or voter ID card.
Claim history: In case of any previous claims, the insurance company may ask for the claim history of the vehicle.
No Claim Bonus (NCB) certificate: If the policyholder is eligible for NCB, a certificate from the previous insurance company may be required.
It is important to check with the insurance company for the specific documents required before renewing a car insurance policy.