We believe that an informed and educated consumer is an ideal buyer, one who understands the value an insurance policy purchase.
Amherst, Mass. (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
People are told that they need to buy auto insurance. So they talk to an agent, sign some papers, and purchase a policy. Now what? What does it mean to have that policy? Do they know how it is supposed to protect them? If they understand the different types of coverage that make up their policy, as well as the additional coverages that may be available to them, buying insurance becomes a more comfortable process.
The agents at Encharter Insurance have recently released the first in a series of videos that clearly explain the various types of coverage that make up the average insurance policy.
“We are very pleased to issue these educational clips,” said David Siekman, Sales and Marketing Manager at Encharter Insurance. “We believe that an informed and educated consumer is an ideal buyer, one who understands the value an insurance policy purchase. As an independent insurance agent, we are privileged to be able to present this much-needed knowledge to viewers in a way that is fun and engaging and, above all else, informational.”
The latest video, titled “Property Damage on Car Insurance,” identifies the items that consumers need to know about the Property Damage Coverage on their auto policy. Ben, the Encharter agent in this particular video, starts out by explaining that this coverage is meant to protect consumers from loss due to damage to someone else’s property; e.g. when a consumer hits someone else’s mailbox or a fence. He also states that this coverage is subject to the limits that are set when they purchase the policy.
Be sure to watch the video and keep an eye out for more of the like.
Also, consumers with any questions about car insurance, can call Encharter today at 888-865-1244. Encharter's agents would be very happy to address queries.
Encharter Insurance is an independent insurance agency, bringing personal insurance products to Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Jersey.