When you’re in the business of serving customers, the right insurance policy can be central to your business strategy by offering you and your clients the appropriate protection. If your business falls into the category of vehicle repair, then you may already have auto repair shop insurance. However, just having an insurance policy does not necessarily mean you have all the coverage you need.
The Importance of Garage Liability
Your insurance policy for your auto repair shop should include garage liability, which covers you specifically for what goes on in your garage. An insurance policy carrying this coverage usually provides you with liability for the garage space, operations (current and completed), and goods, so whether an accident occurs in the shop or a former customer claims a bad repair, you’re covered. Policies like this may also provide protection for company vehicles.
Adding Garage Keepers Insurance
Although garage liability provides excellent solutions to many coverage problems, it’s important to note that it does not normally extend to customer vehicles. In order to ensure your clients’ vehicles are covered while in your shop, adding garage keepers insurance to your policy is a must. With this policy in place, you won’t hesitate to guarantee vehicle safety for your customers, and guarantees likes that are sure to increase a client’s trust in your company’s integrity.