As part of the IIANC PARTNERS program, our Presidential PARTNERS are able to submit a guest blog posting to our blog, Insurspective. Please see below from IIANC Presidential PARTNER Progressive.
It’s easy to endorse your customers’ RV policies onto their auto policies, but when you compare the two, there is a big difference in coverage. Did you know the auto endorsement only covers the travel trailer when it is attached to the car? If your customer has a claim at his campsite, he could be in for a big disappointment. Windshield coverage, Vacation Liability, and Personal Effects Replacement are a few more options your customer probably wants, and doesn’t have access to on the auto endorsement.
Now let’s talk about the claims experience. If your customer has a specialized RV policy, it typically comes from a carrier who can offer a claims adjuster who is familiar with an RV. Progressive has a training facility specifically designated for our claims team to learn hands-on about RVs and travel trailers. In the stressful moment of reporting a claim, your RV customer is going to want someone who’s knowledgeable.
Your customer is paying for coverage. Make sure it’s the coverage they want and need.
For more information about a specialized RV policy from Progressive, visit ForAgentsOnly.com.
Louis A. Marconi | North Carolina Account Sales Representative, Progressive | (919) 576-5861