It is better to be safe than sorry, they say. Though this decision seems like a no-brainer, many people don’t feel the need to get damage coverage. These people often feel they are invincible because they are normally safe drivers. Though being a safe driver does help when driving a moving truck in unfamiliar territory, it does not guarantee that everything will run smoothly.
On or off the road, anything can happen to your moving truck. Whether you are a safe driver or not, you can’t account for the drivers around you. There many different scenarios where your truck would need to be covered. What if someone runs into you? What if your truck is hit while it is parked? Depending on where you are moving to, rocks can fly up and crack your windshield. There are also chances of your truck being vandalized while you are sleeping. You don’t have to be inside your truck for damages to happen.
Learn about Damage Coverage
We can’t predict the future and you probably don’t want to have to pay for moving truck damages. Moving truck damage can go up to $15,000 for just overhead damage. Look into damage coverage and save yourself the headache of paying all damage costs when accidents happen. For questions on what your auto insurance covers, reach out to your insurance agent. Safemove® and Safemove Plus® can ensure that you are covered in situations you can’t control. Here are some perks of choosing truck rental coverage:
- You won’t have to file a claim with your insurance
- You don’t have to pay an insurance deductible
- Don’t worry about raised insurance rates
- Damage coverage also covers cargo, while your insurance company may not
Be sure to check with your insurance agent to see if they cover moving truck damages.
To find out more information about truck rental coverage, check out this post. Find out the difference between Safemove® and Safemove Plus® here. Remember it’s always better to be cautious when it comes to renting a moving truck.
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