GoCompare.com.pk is one of Pakistanís fastest growing online insurance aggregators. The platform enables consumers to easily compare product features, carriers, coverage and price so that they can make prudent decisions when it comes to securing an insurance policy.
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Itís free of cost.
All prices are inclusive of taxes however conditional taxes e.g. 4% advance income tax levied in case of a consumer being a non-filer can only be confirmed at the time of making a purchase.
GoCompare.com.pk does not sell the data of its websiteís visitors, however, the same may be shared with the insurer to obtain a quote or send promotional messages via all possible digital or print channels.
GoCompare.com.pk is not an insurance company. Consumers are advised to refer to the policy document of the insurer for better understanding on matters related to but not limited to claim.
Vehicle tracking globally and in Pakistan both has shown tremendous results when it comes to bringing peace of mind and a sense of safety & security. Installing a tracking device does not only increase the chances of a stolen vehicle being recovered but it also helps in monitoring the performance of a vehicle depending on the package chosen.
Yes, this state-of-the-art vehicle security system operates wherever there is availability of GSM network.
Yes, it can be installed in all kinds of vehicles.
Usually the companies offer a 12-month warranty from the date of installation.
Usually the insurance companies do offer a discount however it is advised that the insurer be contacted to confirm the discount.
Anyone with a password or access code can do it.
No tracking company can guarantee recovery of a stolen vehicle however a vehicle having a tracking device is more likely to be recovered in case of snatching/theft than the one having no tracking system fitted in it.
Yes, it can be transferred by paying applicable charges to the tracking company.
Yes, it is.
It starts as soon as the cover note is issued to you.
It varies from insurer to insurer. Generally, the period ranges between 7 and 15 days.
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GoCompare.pk is the authorized aggregator to display information on their website by the insurance companies whose products are listed on their platform. The website takes pride in being the only insurance aggregator in Pakistan which does not make featured or sponsored listings.
Itís free of cost.
All prices are inclusive of taxes however conditional taxes e.g. 4% advance income tax levied in case of a consumer being a non-filer can only be confirmed at the time of making a purchase.
GoCompare.com.pk does not sell the data of its websiteís visitors, however, the same may be shared with the insurer to obtain a quote or send promotional messages via all possible digital or print channels.
GoCompare.com.pk is not an insurance company. Consumers are advised to refer to the policy document of the insurer for better understanding on matters related to but not limited to claim.
Having a bike insurance policy is mandatory by law. It also protects you against big losses such as theft and snatching which is, unfortunately, on the rise. The rate at which bikes are stolen or snatched is 80 bikes per hour which itself validates the importance of having a bike insured at all times.
This provides compensation to your kin on death/total permanent disablement. It also covers reimbursement of accidental hospitalization expenses. PA cover may be opted for a pillion rider as well.
You can get a quick quote by filling out the necessary personal, vehicle and insurance-related details on our website.
Yes. Besides being quick, easy and convenient, online bike insurance policies offer: 1. Instant Policy 2. Multiple payment options e.g. credit card, net banking, debit card, etc. 3. Easy accessibility of policy-related information.
Contact your insurers toll-free helpline to register your claim. Alternatively, you can directly register your claim online or via your insurers mobile app. The documents required for filing a claim include but not limited to: 1. Claim form, duly signed 2. Valid driving license copy 3. Policy copy 4. FIR, if required 6. Any other document required to investigate the claim.
Yes.
One usually travels abroad for various reasons- a pleasure trip, a business trip, a study trip etc. You do not want anything to ruin your hard earned holiday, foreign study or your crucial business meeting. But there is a possibility of some unexpected occurrence no matter how perfect the planning is. Unfortunate events such as baggage loss, passport loss, a medical emergency or an accident can affect you. Having Overseas Travel Insurance protects you from all such perils. It ensures that in the unknown foreign land, you are not left stranded in any kind of an emergency.
You can either choose a Single Trip or a Multiple Trip policy. If you choose a Single Trip policy, the cover will be valid for the duration of the trip, (as selected by you). The durations available differ from company to company. If you choose a Multiple Trip policy, the cover will be valid for the time duration of that policy however the maximum duration per trip depends on the type of policy selected. An annual multiple trip policy is more suitable for anyone who is likely to travel more frequently.
Any person going abroad or travelling domestically should take travel insurance Ė a tourist, a businessman or a corporate executive, student, a person visiting his family members.
Travel insurance is mandatory for Schengen visa countries. The Schengen visa basically allows the visa holder to travel to any (or all) member countries using one single visa, thus avoiding the hassle and expense of obtaining individual visas for each country. This is particularly beneficial for persons who wish to visit several European countries during the same trip. Travelers obtain the visa from the Consulate of the country of their main destination. If your main destination cannot be determined, the country you first enter is responsible for granting your visa. Since June 2004, travelers who are subject to the visa requirement to stay or transit in one or several Schengen countries must demonstrate, in support of their visa application that they are in possession of adequate and valid travel insurance. In other words, without travel insurance, the visa will not be issued. Though all Schengen countries are in Europe, travelers should not confuse Schengen countries with European Union (EU) countries. Schengen and EU demarcate two different agreements between European countries. The Schengen area consists of 15 countries within the Europe zone: Austria, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxemburg, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and The Netherlands. Certain states, two of them being significant members of the European Union (the United Kingdom and Ireland), do not belong to the Schengen area. Two other countries, Norway and Iceland, while not members of the European Union, are nevertheless part of the Schengen area. In regards to France and the Netherlands, the Schengen Convention only applies to their European territories. The Principality of Monaco, for example, allows entry on its territory without any formality to the holder of a Schengen visa. Schengen visa insurance requirements: Medical insurance for the Schengen visa must meet the following requirements: 1. Medical coverage of at least Euro 30,000 or USD 50,000. 2. Medical evacuation/ repatriation must be covered. It would be a wise idea to carry travelerís insurance no matter what the destination, and this requirement for the Schengen visa should not be something travelers resist, but rather view as a welcome formality. Even if you are travelling to countries where travel health insurance is not mandatory, it would be wise to carry travelerís insurance as it protects the traveler in the event of emergencies or circumstances that create any type of interruption or disturbance in the trip plans. Travel insurance is basically a means to minimize the financial risks that can occur due to Medical emergency, Trip Cancellation/Interruption, Passport loss and legal expenses, Events like delay or missed departure, loss or delay in arrival of baggage, etc.
Given below are some factors you may consider while selecting an appropriate travel insurance plan. 1. Purpose of visit: Choose a plan according to your needs whether you are going for study, business, family visit, single trip or are a frequent flier, going for pilot training, professional sports etc. 2. Sub limits if any: It is very important to note that the insurance plan chosen has certain sub limits. At the time of claim you will get claim for sub limits given in plan, for example if plan says room rent sublimit of $500 per day, it means for room rent, you will get $500 only, and if you have taken room with higher room rent then balance will be borne by you. 3. If your stay is likely to be extended, choose a plan which is extendable and also see premium for total duration as some companies charge extension premium for your total stay i.e. original period and extended period minus premium already paid. Plans for shorter duration are cheaper and as duration increases it becomes expensive. It is advisable to get from us extension premium if your stay is likely to be extended. 4. If your stay is likely to be cut short i.e. you are not sure about travel duration, choose a plan where there is an option of refund on early return. 5. If you have a pre existing condition, select a plan which covers the same in emergency situations to make person stable. 6. Per illness limit if an. If plan has such condition, it means for any one illness you will get claim upto per illness limit given in plan. For example if plan chosen by you says per illness limit is $10000, then you will get only $10000 for any one illness, even if you have chosen plan for higher sum insured, so it is very important to see that plan has per illness clause or not, as virtually you are taking higher sum insured but practically you will get claim for one illness only the limit plan has. 7. Co-payment if any. If your plan has Co-payment clause, it means for every claim you have to pay co pay limit given in plan. For example, your plan says co-payment of 10%, it means for every claim, you have to pay 10% and balance 90% will be paid by insurer.
Yes, some insurers provide cover after departure and subject to the condition that you are in good health. You can contact our helpline and our customer care executive will help you in getting the travel health insurance. Please note that to give such a cover is the sole discretion of the insurer.
It is Insurance Companyís discretion to extend insurance policy.
Gocompare.com.pk takes pride in being the digital solution provider and has the entire journey of procuring the travel insurance digitized. Simply fill out the form, pay the amount online via bank transfer or credit card and relax while you will have it delivered in your mailbox in under 60 minutes. If for any reason there is a delay and policy cant be issued, your payment will be refunded to you in full. Please do notify us of your order placement by sending your order details on our WhatsApp number on 03008944032 and email on info@gocompare.com.pk
Yes, but this can only be done before the date of departure and not more than twice. Please let us know at least 48 hours in advance of any such changes. You will have to provide the reason of change with proof for example airline ticket, copy of a valid visa etc.
You will get the endorsement if your policy has not started. But if your policy has already started, endorsement can only be made after proper evidence for the required change is given. If you are in a hurry and have to leave immediately, it is advisable to buy a new policy and inform our call centre for cancellation of your earlier policy. The amount will be refunded to you within 7 working days.
A family is defined as husband & Wife and dependent children under 18 years old.
No, travel must always commence from Pakistan.
No.
Once you have purchased the air tickets and/or made hotel and other bookings, you have already spent a large chunk of your trip budget. It is best to buy your travel insurance policy soon after you buy your tickets and make bookings as many policies offer trip cancellation and interruption benefit wherein the Company will pay this benefit up to the Sum Insured as specified in the policy for trips that are canceled before the scheduled departure date due to certain specified reasons. The Company will reimburse for the forfeited, nonrefundable prepaid payments, made prior to the Insured Personís departure date. Before departure you can even cancel your policy by paying a minimal charge. So, there is no harm in buying your policy. Donít wait till the last minute to buy your travel insurance as sometimes, server issues or payment issues might also be there due to which you may have to buy a plan different from the one you have selected. Note: Please check plan benefits while buying travel insurance whether trip cancellation is covered or not. Also refer policy wording to check the circumstances under which this benefit is payable.
No, an assignee should be 18 years old, holding a valid CNIC and have blood relationship with Insured.
No, in fact it is one of the exclusions of travel health insurance.
No.
For details, please view your travel policy document.
Some insurers also offer a cover for the delayed baggage. Please see our website for plans. If your baggage is lost, then compensation is given for the market value of the items lost subject to coverage and limits specified in your policy.
Loss of passport is covered as per limits prescribed under the terms and conditions of policy. Please check the coverage offered by the specific plan that you choose.
Yes, we will provide you with a free copy of your policy. However, any delivery charges applicable will be borne by you.
Yes, it be cancelled and refund processed only if you have been declined the visa and have a proof of the same. Refund will be 70% of the original amount paid.
You are advised to carry the policy along with you when traveling. This would be helpful in case of a claim. But most important the policy details, like policy number, should be known to the insured when traveling.
Overseas travel insurance cover shall terminate i) With the end of Insurance Period i.e. the period for which the premium has been paid or ii) When the insured person first disembarks on return to Pakistan. If you want to extend your policy further due to reason your stay has extended, you can get same extended by contacting us. Normally, it is done before the expiry of policy.
Trip Cancellation Benefits: This benefit pays up to the Sum Insured as specified in the policy Schedule for trips that are canceled before the scheduled departure date due to the reasons specified below. The Company will reimburse for the forfeited, nonrefundable prepaid payments, made prior to the Insured/Insured Personís departure date. Reasons of Trip Cancellation: Sickness, Injury or death of an Insured, Immediate Family Member, Traveling Companion, or Business Partner. Injury or Sickness must be so disabling as to reasonably cause a Trip to be canceled or interrupted.
No, it is one of the exclusions of the policy. Kindly refer the policy wording for further details.
In an emergency situation where hospitalization and/or medical evacuation are required, the insurer covers these costs upfront (subject to the insured complying with the policy wording). You would need to contact your relevant Emergency Assistance Service immediately to notify them of the situation. If it is not an emergency, then you would pay upfront and make a claim once all treatment is complete.
TPA stands for Third Party Administrator. The most essential service they provide is cashless medical services. They also provide the necessary information to deal with any problem regarding emergency and claims.
You should contact the insurer on their official number or email address for the same.
Travel health insurance covers you only for accidents or sickness which happens unexpectedly and unintentionally while you are traveling abroad. This policy does not cover planned Medical Expenses / Treatment overseas.
Health insurance is an insurance product that provides cover for medical and surgical expenses of an insured person, in case of a medical emergency. However, you are required to pay a premium to avail health insurance policy.
You should purchase health insurance so that you donít lose your lifelong savings while paying for medical bills in a critical situation.
Your health insurance will either pay your hospital bills directly if opted for the cashless facility or it will reimburse any payment made by you towards medical expenses incurred due to an illness or injury.
While eligibility age for health insurance policies differs, the general eligibility age for adults ranges between 18 years up to 65 years. The eligibility age for children lies between 90 days up to 18 years.
Yes! You can gain coverage for self, spouse, children, dependent parents, and multiple other relationships such as parents-in-law, siblings, and others if your plan allows.
Yes, you are free to buy another plan based on your specific medical needs.
In general, the health insurance premium is paid on a yearly basis. But, you can pay your premium in installments (monthly, quarterly or half-yearly basis) as well if your insurer agrees.
Health insurance benefits differ from policy to policy. However, basic health insurance benefits include cover for an inpatient hospitalization, pre & post hospitalization, daycare procedures, emergency ambulance expenses, organ donor expenses, domiciliary hospitalization, OPD expenses, and more.
Critical illness policies provide coverage for life-threatening illnesses such as Cancer, Stroke, Heart Attack, Kidney Failure, and others. If buying a critical illness plan, you can expect wide cover for critical illnesses (number of illnesses covered depends on plan), lump-sum amount payment on diagnosis, tax benefits, and more.
If you already have an insurance policy but want to extend your cover, you can do so at the time of policy renewal.
If you have already been diagnosed with a medical condition, it will be considered a pre-existing disease. In this case, you may have to wait for a specific period (waiting period) until allowed coverage. Based on your insurer, you may be required to pay a higher premium or face policy denial.
If you want to buy health insurance, you need to submit the documents like your CNIC Card, driving license, and pre-medical check-up report (in some cases). The documents are required for age proof, identity proof, address proof, and medical check-up.
If willing to cancel your health insurance policy after its purchase, you can do so within free look-up period of receiving the policy documents. You will receive a refund only if you did not make any claims in the policy during that year.
Yes, buying health insurance in the early years of life comes with many benefits. Upon doing so, you may gain a lower premium amount, no waiting period, better options, accumulate bonus, lower rejection rates, and others.
Before making a health insurance policy purchase, it is advisable for you to consider your medical needs, the type of plan you want to invest in, features of the plan, sum insured options, network hospital list, exclusions, premium, and customer reviews.
No, there is no limit to the number of claims in a year. However, it should be ensured from your end that your policy sum insured amount does not get exceeded.
You will have to wait for a period of 30 days (waiting period) before your policy starts covering you. If you have a health insurance policy for accident cover, there will be no waiting period. Furthermore, in the case of a pre-existing disease or specific diseases, you will have to serve the waiting period (depending on the plan) before enjoying the coverage.
In case of missed premium renewal due date, your insurance company will give you a grace period of 15-30 days. If you again miss making the premium payment during the grace period, you may be denied coverage, denied policy renewal, lose out on no claim bonus, or asked to serve with waiting periods from the start.
Usually, health insurance companies do not cover maternity and related expenses. But a few including TIL Insurance and Pak Qatar have some particular plans which offer maternity cover after specified waiting periods. The waiting period is generally 10 months.
Some health insurance companies offer a renewal discount of 5% of the renewal premium if there are no claims made during the policy year.
Cumulative bonus is an increase in the sum insured by a specific percentage for every year a claim is not made, up to a certain limit. It is offered by insurers on indemnity based health insurance plans and only when the policy is renewed without a break.
All the hospitalization expenses incurred by the donor in organ donation except the cost of the organ during an organ transplant are included under donor expenses.
The pre-existing disease is an ailment, injury, or disease that the insured individual is already affected by when purchasing a health insurance policy. Conditions like depression, anxiety, sleep apnea, diabetes, etc. are considered as pre-existing diseases in health insurance. For any other query related to health insurance, feel free to get in touch with us at 0300-8944032
As a general rule, if there are people who depend on you for financial support, like a spouse, children, or aging parents, then youíre a good candidate for life insurance. If you contribute to your household through cooking, cleaning, or childcare, a policy can account for the costs of replacing that labor. Additionally, if you have debt that another person will have to assume, like a mortgage or student loan debts, its a good opportunity to look into life insurance.
Life insurance can be used to cover a variety of common expenses, like: ē Co-signed debt, including student loans ē Mortgages ē College expenses for the kids ē Living expenses for your family ē Stay-at-home labor expenses (cooking, cleaning, etc.) ē Burial expenses ē Loans from family members ē Estate taxes that your heirs must pay for other assets
The beneficiary is the person or entity named as the recipient of your policyís death benefit. It can be a family member, a person unrelated to you, or even a business or other organization. You choose the beneficiary on your own ó you donít need permission from the insurer or the beneficiary. You can also choose more than one beneficiary and designate how you want the death benefit to be split among them, and name contingent beneficiaries in case the primary beneficiaries predecease you. Your insurer will automatically disburse the death benefit if you die, but itís still a good idea to tell any beneficiary about the policy so they will be prepared to take action should a problem arise. For this same reason, itís also a good idea to provide the beneficiary with access to the contract.
Technically a beneficiary does not have to do anything to receive your policyís death benefit, but itís a good idea to make sure he or she is aware that the policy exists in case there are any delays or complications on the insurerís side. The insurer will require proof of death and a copy of the contract in order to disburse the benefit.
Many employers offer life insurance as part of a benefits package. Usually, the amount is a multiple of your salary, up to a limit (usually one or two times your salary). Whether this is enough protection for your needs depends on your financial situation. Life insurance is more expensive for those who are older or in poor health, so employer-offered life insurance can be a great way to obtain coverage if you canít otherwise afford it.
The premiums you pay for your life insurance policy are not tax-deductible.
In some cases, an agent may actually be employed by the insurance company, although there are also agents who are self-employed. If youíre looking for details about a specific insurerís products, an agent may be the best person to talk to. However, if youíre trying to comparison shop across multiple insurers, you may want to contact a broker. Agents and brokers always provide their services for free and earn commissions off of the policies they sell.
If you outlive your term life insurance, the policy expires and you do not receive a refund of premiums paid. You may have an option to convert your term policy into a permanent policy after it expires.
Most life insurance policies include a 30- to 31-day grace period after your payment due date (the exact period can vary by insurer or state). If you donít pay your premium within that period, your policy will lapse and you will need to work with your insurer to reinstate your coverage.
Term life insurance is what most people are referring to when they talk about life insurance policies. You pay a premium and in return, the insurer guarantees to pay your beneficiary a lump sum of money if you die while the policy is in effect. Term policies are sold for specific lengths of time, usually between 10 and 30 years. Once the term expires, you stop paying premiums and the policy is no longer in effect. Pros Term is the most affordable life insurance you can buy. Term policies are easy to understand, so you donít have to worry about hidden fees, exclusions, or risks. You can cancel a term policy before it expires. Cons When the policy expires, so will your coverage; if you still want to be insured youíll have to either shop for a new policy or convert the policy into a permanent version, which can be expensive. Learn more about term life insurance.
Permanent life insurance never expires, and it includes a ďcash valueĒ component that grows (or in some cases shrinks) over the life of the policy. There are several types of permanent life insurance: whole, universal, variable, and variable universal. The most commonly sold type is whole life insurance. The cash value means you can do things like borrow against your policy or cancel the policy for part of the cash value after a period of time. Pros It can be useful as part of a highly customized personal finance or estate planning strategy (e.g., if you have a lot of money and other assets to work with). Cons Itís far more expensive than term insurance. Because of the cost, people frequently buy less coverage than they actually need. Itís more complicated to buy because there are lots of ways to customize the policy for your specific goals. Depending on the type of permanent policy, you could see your death benefit shrink and/or premiums rise over time, or the cash value portion could decrease.
Whole life is a type of permanent life insurance with the following characteristics: You pay a set premium amount. The cash value component grows at a guaranteed (but low) set rate.
The best time to buy life insurance is strictly based on your needs. While itís true that the younger you are, the less you pay for life insurance, you should only buy it once youíve determined thereís a need for it (for example, if youíve started a family).
There are several ways to determine how much life insurance you should buy, but we strongly recommend the ďneeds analysisĒ approach because it provides the most accurate estimate. Other options include the ďlifespanĒ approach and the multiplier approach, which involve multiplying your income by a certain amount. These approaches are meant to be general estimates. We recommend doing a detailed calculation based on your assets, income, debts, and other needs.
Here are some things to watch out for when shopping for life insurance. Mixing your retirement savings with your life insurance. Whole (or permanent) life insurance policies are sometimes marketed as investment products because they have a cash value that can grow over time. It usually makes better sense to keep your retirement savings and your life insurance planning separate. Buying too little coverage because youíve chosen an expensive product. Whole life insurance is five to 15 times more expensive than term insurance, so you canít buy as much coverage as you would with term. Buying too much coverage because youíve overestimated how long youíll need coverage. Term life insurance is designed to cover you for a set number of years, usually in your middle years or younger and when youíre still in your wealth-building phase. Typically as you grow older you have fewer debts and more wealth, which means you wonít need as much life insurance.
Fill out our form and we will ensure you are called back by an expert. These experts are free and should be able to answer your questions and help you find a good policy.
You can own multiple life insurance policies at a time. Buying multiple policies at once can be complicated due to restrictions on the total amount of coverage youíre able to own, but a licensed professional can help you through the process.
The years attached to a policy ó usually 10, 20, or 30 ó indicate how long the policy will be active before it expires, also known as the term of your term life insurance. Your life insurance is active as soon as you return signed paperwork and your first premium payment and lasts until the end of the term.
If you pay your premiums annually instead of monthly, your life insurer may offer a small discount of 2-5%. You wont save money if you pay every six months, though some insurers will allow you to do so.
You canít use a credit card to pay for your recurring premiums at most life insurance companies. Most insurers will let you pay your initial premium with a credit card, and then youíll have to use a check or electronic funds transfer for future payments.
A paramedical exam is a short health exam that is frequently required as part of an application for life insurance. Itís performed at your home or place of work at your convenience. During the exam, a paramedical technician will measure your height, weight, blood pressure,, and pulse. Youíll also be asked to provide a blood sample and a urine sample at this time.
All life insurance companies are not the same. They can differ in the level of customer service and in the variety of insurance products they sell. Even when two insurers offer what appears to be the same basic policy, each one may have different underwriting guidelines that lead to different prices. You should always comparison shop when looking for a life insurance policy.
The death benefit is the amount of money that a life insurance policy pays to the beneficiary upon the policyholders death. It is usually untaxed and paid in a single lump sum.
The insurer will disburse a life insurance policyís entire death benefit in one payment directly to the beneficiary. In cases where there are multiple beneficiaries, the insurer will split the death benefit according to the instructions youíve left in your contract, but otherwise still pay each recipient a lump sum.
After you file your claim, the insurer could pay out the death benefit in as little as few as five days or as many as 45 days. If you canít find the paperwork verifying the claim or the manner of death is suspicious, there may be delays.
If you named only one beneficiary, your life insurance benefit will go to any named contingent beneficiaries or to your estate. If you have multiple primary beneficiaries, the benefit owed to the deceased beneficiary will be evenly distributed among the remaining beneficiaries.
This insurance protects cargo/goods which may be exposed to marine hazards or perils during movement by Land, Air or Sea from one location to another.
Exporters, importers, manufacturers, traders, merchant exporters and contractors of project all can take this policy. The contract of sale would determine who buys the policy. The most common contracts are: C & F (Cost & Freight) and CIF (Cost, Insurance & Freight). C&F contracts, the buyer is responsible for insurance from overseas port to final destination in Pakistan, whereas in CIF contracts the seller is responsible for insurance from his own premises to that of the destination country or place as indicated in the Invoice along with the charges. Type of Marine Cargo coverage: Coverage is as per Institute Cargo Clauses for Export and Import shipments. These clauses are articulated by Institute of London Underwriters and are common across the world. Such as: Institute Cargo Clauses (C): Coverage is on named perils basis and is applicable for shipments by Sea. Institute Cargo Clauses (B): Coverage is on named perils basis but wider than Institute Cargo Clauses (C) and is applicable for shipments by Sea. Institute Cargo Clauses (A): Coverage is on All risk basis and applicable for shipments by Sea. Institute Cargo Clause (Air): Coverage is on All risk basis and applicable for shipments by Air. Coverage for domestic transits (all mode of conveyance) within Pakistan is as per Inland Transit Clauses such as: Inland Transit Clause (A): Coverage is on All risk basis Inland Transit Clause (B): Coverage is on named perils basis.
It is a document giving the full details of each and every shipment and is treated as an important document in finalizing the export/import documentation process. Certificate of insurance shall be subject to the terms and conditions of the open policy.

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