Insurance for Auto Repair Garages

Garage Insurance

Our team has decades of combined experience working with businesses that require coverage for Auto Dealer risks, as well as the specific needs of auto dealers.

Garage Liability Insurance and Garage Keepers Insurance are specialized coverages designed for automotive business which work on vehicles that are owned by their customers. These types of insurance protect a customer’s vehicle while it is being serviced or repaired.

Business needs and suitability vary greatly, so as you explore special coverages needed by your business it will be important to work with a professional experienced with working with Auto Dealers.  We also understand that protecting your business requires more than an insurance policy. Our specialization allows us to create safety and compliance programs which are relevant to any business in the automotive industry, and the specialization allows us to create loss prevention solutions that are equally relevant.

Providing coverage for businesses in:

 

Colorado – Texas – Wyoming – Arizona – New Mexico – Utah – Kansas – Missouri

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Understanding Garage Insurance

 

Garage Liability Insurance covers damage to a customer’s car caused by the work you did or by the products you installed in the vehicle, where Garage Keepers Insurance covers the physical damage by fire, theft, vandalism or collision to the vehicle while it is being worked on or stored at your location for safekeeping and awaiting pickup by the customer.

Garage Keepers Coverage Example: Criminals break into your garage and vandalize several customer cars as they steal air bags and stereo systems. Garage Keepers Insurance would pay to repair the damage caused to the customer’s car, up to the limit you select.

Garage Liability Coverage Example:
You change the oil in a late model vehicle and the technician accidentally puts the wrong oil filter on the vehicle which works for a few days then it leaks oil out of the engine and caused major engine damage. Garage Liability Insurance would cover the necessary repairs necessary to repair the customer’s engine and possibly provide a temporary replacement vehicle during the repairs.

Who Needs Garage Insurance?

If your business performs services, repairs or preventative maintenance on vehicles that are owned by customers whom pay for these services or have their insurance company pay for these services, then your business fits the profile of a business needing Garage Insurance. States, often have statutes or laws that state if you have a customer’s vehicle in your care, custody or control then you are legally liable for any damage caused to it and caused by it and business owners often purchase Garage Insurance to provide protection to their business and themselves as they comply with the state law.

Types of Businesses that Commonly Need Garage Insurance

  • General Automotive Repair Facilities or Auto Shops
  • Collision Repair Facilities or Body Shops
  • Tire Dealers or Tire Shops
  • Automotive Accessory Stores
  • Automotive Parts Stores or Auto Parts
  • Recycled Parts Dealers or Used Parts Dealers or Auto Salvage Yards
  • Transmission Shops or Tyranny Shops
  • Tow Companies or Tow Trucks
  • Franchised Auto Dealers or Car & Truck Dealerships
  • Independent Auto Dealers or Used Car Dealerships

 

 

Other Common Insurance Coverage’s in a Garage Insurance 

  • Building Coverage
  • Business Personal Property Coverage
  • Loss of Business Income
  • Employee Tools
  • Employment Practices Coverage
  • Completed Operations Coverage
  • Cyber Coverage
  • Show Owned Vehicle Coverage
  • Loaner Vehicle Coverage
  • Repair Plate or Test Drive Plate Coverage

Business needs and suitability vary greatly, so as you explore the coverage’s needed by your business it is important to work with a professional that has a background in working with automotive businesses and background in providing Garage Insurance. A Good Glossary of Insurance Terms, which includes explanations of coverage’s can be found on the International Risk Management Institute’s (IRMI) website.

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