- Sep 6, 2003
Called our insurance carrier for home and car. They do have coverage for our new ECV. $80 a year. Not sure of coverage details yet but will let all know when we get the details. Has anyone else done this?
Thank you. No, I haven't, but I need too.Called our insurance carrier for home and car. They do have coverage for our new ECV. $80 a year. Not sure of coverage details yet but will let all know when we get the details. Has anyone else done this?
Thank you for the info. I am going to call my State Farm agent now to add a policy.Ok, finalized the policy. It’s a separate personal property policy thru State Farm. Covering the ECV for up to $2k. Covers almost everything between t deliberate damage. Airline dumps it off the luggage belt to the cargo hold and it’ll cover anything airline does not.
I can certainly see your point - the one place where I think it might be beneficial is if an airline accidentally damaged the device so badly that it left @EpcotQueen without a mobility device to use. The insurance company might stand a better chance of getting her a swift and complete resolution than trying to do that on her own; it's possible that the insurance company might go ahead and pay out so that she could get another set of wheels, and go on, while the insurance company wrangled with the airline.Just a thought, at $80 a month, you could simply create your own insurance plan by putting that money in a savings account that yields even a small amount of interest (I use an onlline bank that gives at least 2% on savings) and you would have the $2,000 in the account in about two years and you could literally cover anything that happens with it and not risk your insurance increasing because you filed a claim. Now if this $80 a month included liability insurance, medical coverage in the even of an accident with the ECV, etc., then that would be a bit different.