When is an endorsement required?
An endorsement is a written evidence of an agreed change to a policy. It is a document that incorporates changes in the terms of the policy. If there are any alterations to be done in the policy the customer needs to approach Motor Insurance Company to effect the change in the policy. This is done by way of an endorsement.
An endorsement may be issued at the time of issuing the policy to provide additional benefits and cover (e.g., legal liability to driver) or to impose restrictions (e.g., accidental damage deductible). The wordings of those endorsements are provided in the tariff. An endorsement may also be issued subsequently to record changes such as change of address, change of name, change of vehicle, etc.