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Announcements

LeasePlan Car Insurance Management


This is to inform you that we have moved the entire Insurance Management Process inhouse and will be directly coordinating with insurance companies - Future Generali, Bajaj Allianz and Tata AIG as our Insurance Partners. This new model will help us extend better service to you. Please note, we are no longer working with SMC Insurance Brokers Pvt Ltd. 

 

While all new insurance policies and renewals will be managed by our new Insurance Partners, we assure you that the existing insurance policies will remain valid and continue to be served by us without any interruption till their expiry.  For any support or clarifications, please call us at 1860 500 5050 or email us at customercare@leaseplan.com

 

Call us on 1860 500 5050 / 1860 419 5050


Contact us on our helpline numbers for a quick, hassle-free resolution and support.


Click here to download Response Times through the car lease cycle - from quotation to delivery, services to end of lease and re-order.


Team 

Contact Details

SalaryPlan Quote Support
Monday - Friday | 9:00am - 5:30pm

 - How to order your SalaryPlan car
 - Quote making queries

1860 500 5050
1860 419 5050
IVR option 2
reachus@salaryplan.co.in

LeasePlan Customer Support
Monday - Saturday | 8:00am - 8:00pm

 - Status of your ordered car
 - Service and delivery queries
 - End of lease queries
 - Insurance claims assistance

1860 500 5050
1860 419 5050
IVR option 1
customercare@leaseplan.com

Insurance Team

Monday - Friday | 9:00am - 5:30pm

 - Insurance related queries

1860 500 5050
1860 419 5050
lpin.insurance@leaseplan.com

LeasePlan Empanelled Dealerships


Please note, going forward LeasePlan will be procuring cars only from its empanelled dealer network. This is to ensure that we can extend better discounts, faster deliveries and superior service experience to you.

 

To check the list of empaneled dealerships in your city, please log in or reach out to SalaryPlan Team at reachus@salaryplan.co.in or call at 1860 500 5050 / 1860 419 5050.

 

Damage Repair & Claim Assistance Helpline 

 

In an unfortunate case of a damage or accident, and if your car insurance has been taken from LeasePlan, you can now call us at 1860 500 5050 / 1860 419 5050 or email us at customercare@leaseplan.com. We will assist you with:

 

- Insurance claim process documentation

- Coordination with insurance company

- Guidance to workshops that provide cashless claim facility

 

Please feel free to avail the service for a smooth, cashless claim as well as damage repair services from LeasePlan’s network of empaneled workshops.

 

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Understanding RDE norms

Understanding RDE norms

22/03/2023

 

Air pollution is a growing concern in India, and vehicular emissions are a significant contributor. In 2020, Indian government introduced the Bharat Stage 6 (BS6) norms to reduce automotive pollutants, and now, the second phase of these standards will be initiated from April 2023. The second phase of BS6 calls for the implementation of Real Driving Emission (RDE) norms, which aim to reduce the gap between laboratory emission values and real-world conditions. In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about RDE norms.

To understand RDE norms, it is essential to know what Bharat Stage Emission Norms are. Regulated by the Government of India, Bharat Stage Emission Norms are standards followed by automakers to control and regulate vehicular emissions. These aim to decrease the emission of gases like carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO), Hydrocarbons, and Oxides of Nitrogen.

RDE norms will come into effect from April 1st, 2023, and will require carmakers to test and measure pollutants emitted from their vehicles in a real-world driving scenario. This will be done by equipping the vehicles with a Portable Emissions Measurement System (PEMS). Car makers will need to use Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems in all diesel engines, which will reduce emissions of compounds such as nitrogen oxides (NOx) by converting pollutants into water, nitrogen, and minute amounts of carbon dioxide.

 

Additionally, it is now mandatory to have an Onboard Diagnostic (OBD) system to inform vehicle owners/technicians how efficient different vehicle systems are. This OBD device will process readings from key components, including oxygen sensors and catalytic converters, to constantly check emissions levels. If the emissions exceed the desired parameters of the BS6 norms, an alert will be displayed to the driver, indicating that the vehicle needs to be serviced immediately.

RDE norms are a significant development in the regulation of vehicular emissions in India. They will help reduce the gap between laboratory emission values and real-world conditions by measuring emissions in actual driving conditions. This will lead to cleaner air and better health for citizens. The second phase of the BS6 norms is a significant step towards a greener future for India. ease of use.