Insurance for Auto Repair Shops
Insurance for Auto Repair Shops – Overview
Perhaps no other business is more visible to the community than an auto shop. Your business requires ample physical space. Employees at your location may deal with hundreds of customers a month.
Managing an auto shop can be very challenging. Consider some of the issues you face and how insurance can help you manage your business.
First, you maintain your clients' autos in your care, custody, and control. Garagekeepers' insurance can cover any vehicle losses due to collision, theft, vandalism, or weather.
You may have hundreds of customers on your lot each month. The customers result in a great deal of activity at your location.
With all of the traffic around your dealership, an accident or injury may sometimes happen. A garage liability policy can protect you from an injury or property damage related to your facility.
Allow us to assist with these types of auto-related businesses:
Auto parts distributors
Collision repair shops
Mobile auto repair pros
Considering Auto Repairs
Many customers use their auto dealer's repair shop for car maintenance. Other clients may use an independent repair shop. In either case, the shop owner has insurance needs.
The shop owner can purchase garage keeper's insurance. This policy can protect the business in the case of injury or property damage at the shop. Like an auto dealership, the repair shop has many cars visiting daily.
A repair shop also houses a large amount of equipment and machinery. Many shops have their doors open during the workday to move cars for repairs. This practice exposes the equipment and machines to possible theft and also to weather conditions. A business property policy can protect these assets against damage or theft.
Consider hiring an insurance professional to help you address these insurance concerns. Fusco & Orsini can apply their insurance experience to your auto dealership or repair shop. They can design a set of insurance solutions to address all of your needs.
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