The popularity of electric scooters has increased dramatically in the last few years. More and more people are renting or even buying scooters. Unfortunately, many people fail to understand the associated risks and don’t realize they are likely not insured against them.
If you’re riding a scooter and are involved in an accident, how will you pay for any needed medical care? Your personal health insurance may cover you, but what if someone else is harmed and it’s your fault? And what if you damage someone else’s property? Will your homeowners or auto policy offer any protection? These are all important questions you should look into before stepping on to a scooter.
If you’re thinking of buying or even renting a scooter, be sure to talk with us first to learn how you can protect yourself in the event of an accident. Call or stop by our offices today.