“I just got quoted $2,000 for hired and non-owned auto coverage for my home inspector. Does this sound right? “ Paying for a hired and non-owned auto liability insurance needs a little more review than you thought. This is a very important policy which you should get if you have multiple home inspectors working for you. However, there are a lot of factors needs to be checked. First of all, as a company owner, you should be careful enough to make sure that you have the right coverage, especially on the worst-case scenario. This is, of course, without overpaying the policy. What does a hired and non-owned auto coverage mean? This is a liability coverage for accident damages which are caused by a hired vehicle or an auto that you do not personally own. However, this doesn’t cover the damages ...Read More
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