Violated odd even rule in Delhi? You might not get insurance claims

Car owners seeking insurance claims might face problems if they have violated the odd-even rule in Delhi.

Violated odd even rule in Delhi? You might not get insurance claims

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: The much-publicised car rationing formula introduced by the Arvind Kejriwal government in Delhi has had its share of praises and criticism, but, for the violators there could more to it.

As per a report in the Hindustan Times, car owners seeking insurance claims might face problems if they have violated the rule during this period. HT, quoting several insurance companies and experts said that there is no “clarity on the legal status” but insurance companies are contemplating whether or not to honour the claim during odd even period.

Which means, if you have driven an odd car in even number day or vice-versa, you might not be eligible for settlement of insurance claims. HT report said that the insurance companies are only "internally deliberating" this while the decision may differ from company to company

The odd-even formula was announced by the Aam Aadmi government after the high court said the national capital had turned into a gas chamber.

The 15-day trial period of the odd-even formula officially ends today. The Delhi government, which called the scheme a success, said yesterday that a decision for the second phase of the experiment is likely to be taken in the review meeting scheduled for Monday.

Meanwhile, the Delhi High Court has backed the scheme and said that the odd-even scheme of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government was a success to some extent, as the idea had appealed to the people.

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