Amãna Takaful launches Rhoda Uda Peraliya insurance scheme in South

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Amãna Takaful PLC (ATL) proudly unveiled its latest revolutionary insurance schemes, ‘Smart Rider Cover’ - a compelling insurance scheme for motorbikes and ‘Tuk Tuk Full’- a unique insurance scheme for three-wheelers, at an event that was held at the Sea Line Hotel, Galle.  
The Tuk Tuk Full insurance subscribers could look forward to an array of benefits that give full coverage across a range of circumstances and this scheme comes with the assurance that subscribers will not have to suffer monetary loss due to any reason. The claim holders are essentially entitled to receive Rs.300,000 in case of accidental death, Rs.1000 per day up to a maximum of four days a year for any repairs that result in income loss, Rs.750.00 per day and up to a maximum of 10 days In case of hospitalization resulting in 
income loss.
Furthermore, in case of death of the claim holder, the spouse or children the insurance scheme releases a sum of Rs.25,000 for funeral expenses and also provides Rs.100,000 as coverage for 38 critical illnesses and Rs 300,000 for circumstances resulting in permanent disability. 
The Smart Rider Cover, the insurance scheme for motorists also provides competitive benefits to the claim holders such as Rs.300,000 compensation for accidental death, Rs.750 per day up to a maximum of 10 days for hospitalization resulting in income loss and Rs.25,000 as funeral expenses for circumstances leading to the death of the claim holder, spouse or children. It also provides a Rs.100,000 cover for 38 critical illnesses and Rs.300,000 in case of 
permanent disability. 
The specialty and uniqueness of these schemes lie in the fact that the subscribers do not have to spend extra to be eligible to receive these value-added benefits. All these come at the cost of the Full Option insurance scheme that are priced competitively and further offers the convenience and comfort of a dedicated claims team at the ATL branches to ensure that the Smart Rider Cover customers enjoy a smooth and streamlined experience, with minimum downtime. 
This launch was attended by Amana Takaful CEO Fazaal Gafoor, Deputy General Manager Sales and Distribution Gayan De Silva, Deputy General Manager Sales and Distribution Shahul Hameed Farook, Manager Business Development Sumedha Mirihana, Regional Manager Southern and Southern Eastern Provinces Janka Wijeyakumara and many staff members of ATL. 
The event was also graced by Galle Crime Investigation Division OIC Sujeewa De Silva and many other dignitaries comprising of businessmen, representatives of three-wheel owners’ unions and third party distribution agents of ATL.
ATL continues to be in the forefront of the insurance industry in Sri Lanka and caters to all segments of customers. The Takaful way of insurance operates on the concept of bringing people together to be part of a system that gives them the opportunity to help each other. 
Since its inception over 17 years ago, ATL has been successful in establishing a strong position for the concept of Takaful amidst stiff competition from established conventional players. One of the few ISO-certified insurance providers in Sri Lanka, ATL operates with nearly 30 branches and is set to expand further to better serve customers across 
the country. 
ATL continuously reaches out to customers from all segments of society and offers innovative and state-of-the-art insurance products that are convenient, affordable and reliable. As part of its commitment to remain ‘open to all’, ATL serves all communities and employs a multi-ethnic team across 
its network.

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