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What insurance do you need for an auto repair business?

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Garage Keepers LiabilityThe type of coverage you need is a "Garage Keepers Liability" Insurance Policy.

This Commercial Lines Policy is the appropriate insurance coverage for an Auto Repair Business and is widely available through most commercial underwriters.

Just contact a local agent that offers commercial insurance in your area.

Auto repair businessIt's important to make certain your policy covers:

Products/Completed Operations Insurance for all completed work you perform on vehicles.

Personal and Advertising Injury Insurance - In case you slander another firm in your advertising.

Medical Expenses Insurance - In case a patron is injured on your premises.

These coverages are all usually provided through a Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy.

Best of luck with your businesses. Remember to compare quotes so you get the best prices and the best plan to meet your needs.

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