Insurance Policies

The procurement of vehicle insurance and personal accident insurance for transportation for INATEC CENTRAL and Technological Centers for one year.

Monday, November 8, 2021

El Salvador Government Purchase TR-LPI-PRIDESII-192-LPI-O-MINSAL:

"In Nicaragua, there are plans to purchase insurance policies for vehicles to have insurance cards and Personal Accident Transport (APT).

The service is for a vehicle fleet of 310 vehicles and 1,675 passengers.

The insurance policy includes automobile damage and third-party liability, personal transportation accidents for a one-year term (February 25, 2022 to February 24, 2023).

With policy per passenger of $3,500, medical expenses 20% over the sum insured for accidents.

Among some of the coverage for own damages and third party liability, it covers collisions and accidental overturns, auto ignition, fire, partial or total theft, glass breakage, malicious damage, towing.

More information in the tender."

Deadline to receive bids: December 6, 2021.

See tender.

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