How Much Does It Cost To Maintain A Three Wheeler In Sri Lanka?

  Anna  Paquin     June 3, 2021    388

 

They are one of the most efficient ways of transportation for both goods and people. It is one of the most cost-effective transportation due to its minimal initial investment and minimal maintenance costs. Poorly maintained three-wheelers, on the other hand, will not last as long as they should and will incur substantial maintenance costs.

Regular maintenance (oil changes, chain maintenance, etc.) is recommended every 1,000 to 10,000 miles, and normally costs at least LKR 200,000 per year. If a valve adjustment is required, you may expect to pay between LKR 100,000 and LKR 300,000.  Remember that you can always ask these questions before buying a three-wheeler or three-wheel tyres in Sri Lanka, so you know exactly what you're getting into, especially if you're buying used.

Insurance is not something on which you should compromise. In fact, it is mandated by Sri Lankan law. If you're considering skimping on insurance or going the cheapest route, keep in mind that insufficient coverage can potentially damage you in the long term.

Insurance is designed to protect you in the event of an accident that results in personal injury or property damage. It can also cover medical expenses, theft, and property damage, among other things. If you're looking for insurance, don't be hesitant to ask a lot of questions. You'll want to make sure you select a plan that meets your needs in terms of coverage and cost. The average cost for a three-wheeler insurance varies from LKR 40,000 to 60,000.

Calculating your fuel expenses is also mandatory! To estimate the rough value of your fuel charges, think about how many miles you will be riding within a time frame, average rupees of fuel per gallon, and average miles per gallon that your three-wheeler can get to. You should be quite close to your overall fuel expenses if you estimate these three elements. Remember when calculating, it's always best to estimate more than you think they'll be.

 


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