Traveling For Business? Keep These Insurance Considerations In Mind

Commercial Auto Insurance Tips 

Traveling for business is a great way to make new connections in different locations. However, it can also mean spending more time in your car than you do at home. Along with planning out the best route for your next business trip, you should take a look at your auto insurance policy to ensure that you have the right amount of coverage.

When on a business trip, you have several options to look at if the vehicle or your contents in the car are damaged or stolen. If you are driving a company car, your employer’s commercial auto insurance policy will provide coverage for any unfortunate situations that you run into. Make sure to check with your supervisor before you head out to see what kind of coverage you have. If you are taking your own vehicle, your personal auto insurance policy may be able to provide any other coverage that you need, but make sure to talk with your insurance agent to make sure.

If you regularly travel for business, there are certain coverage options that you should look at to ensure that you are covered while on the road that other drivers may not have to face. Consider adding these coverage options to your policy to get the protection that you deserve.

  • Lost luggage
  • Emergency medical
  • Evacuation, also known as returned home or medically necessary
  • Accidental dismemberment and death
  • Rental car
  • Trip cancellation
  • Travel delay
  • Trip interruption
  • Repatriation of remains

For all of your commercial auto and personal auto insurance needs, and to ensure that you are covered whenever you are making a business trip, contact Ron Young Insurance in Burbank, California. As an independent insurance company, we will work with you to make sure that you have the protection that you deserve, all at the right price.

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