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Motor Insurance (1)

A cover note is a temporary certificate that is issued by the Insurer before the issuance of the actual Insurance policy certificate. This note is valid for a period of 60 days from the date of issue of the cover note and serves as proof of insurance during this period. While most car insurance policies are now available for sale online with policy contracts being issued almost immediately, an offline purchase will typically result in a cover note being issued at the time of purchase followed by the policy contract subsequently.

Category: Motor Insurance

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