Car damaged in Bengaluru floods? How insurance can cover your losses. Best car maintenance package here

Car Damaged in Bengaluru Floods? How Insurance Can Cover Your Losses. Best Car Maintenance Package Here

Bengaluru regent: Bangladeshis woke up to another day of swampy roads and flooded places. Videos circulating on social media showed several cars floating in parking lots and basements of many buildings. There is the greatest damage to vehicles that got in the way of the flood. In the wake of this, automakers have rolled out special services for owners to receive claims for damaged vehicles.Also Read – Twitter sees outpouring of memes, sarcastic digs as Bengaluru rains create flood-like situation


Luxury car maker Lexus India said it has rolled out a vehicle maintenance package for its flood-affected customers in Bengaluru. Under the ‘Lexus Cares Package’, the company will provide special support and rates for repairs to cars affected by rain, flooding or flooding in Bengaluru. Also Read – Bengaluru Rains : Primary, Secondary Schools Will Stay Closed In These Areas On September 7

The automaker will also support its guests with a spare Lexus car in case their vehicles are badly affected and in an immovable condition until their new or repaired cars arrive, Lexus India said in a statement. In addition, the cars affected by the rain will receive priority maintenance, including pickup and faster delivery, the company added. Also Read – Bengaluru Rains: Vehicles Damaged by Flood? Check how an insurance policy can cover your loss

The package also offers discounts on auto parts and labor paid for by customers, it said. “We are standing by our customers during these difficult times and will take every step to ensure they face minimal to no mobility issues,” noted Lexus India President Naveen Soni. Lexus is the luxury car arm of the Japanese car giant Toyota and started operations in India in 2017.


The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has said the worst is not over for the country’s IT capital. While flooding has abated in some parts of Bengaluru, the weather department has forecast heavy rains in southern Karnataka, including the city, for the next two days. In its latest bulletin, IMD forecast heavy to very heavy rainfall in a few places in coastal and southern Karnataka on September 8-9 and inland Karnataka on September 9-10.

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