We have been speaking with several of our friends in Colorado and New Mexico today who have collector cars protected through the National Corvette Museum’s Insurance Program. Our thoughts go out to residents in Colorado and New Mexico, as wildfires are within close proximity of damaging and destroying their homes and property. Although we are unable to increase coverage or lower deductibles on existing policies – we do have a plan in place to help make this stressful time a bit more manageable with regards to their prized collector cars.
For NCM Insurance customers who are in the path of these fierce wildfires, we have made available relocation expense reimbursement that provides reimbursement for 50% of the temporary relocation costs when moving NCM Insured collector cars to a safer location, subject to a maximum of $200 per collector car and $2,500 per policy.
Our top priority is offering personal attention to the needs of our customers – in all situations – good and bad. We hope you will let us take a hand in helping if you are insured in either of these disaster areas – after all, that is our job. We don’t just talk about what we can do – we make it happen. NCM Member Holt Davis was attending an event at the Museum in April of 2011, when he was notified that a wildfire started near his house causing severe damage to some of his collectible cars. “I was extremely pleased with the way the claim was handled by Adam and the NCM Insurance Program,” Holt shared with us on his trip back to the Museum in September. “I received a full check via Fed-Ex following the claim and could not have asked for any better process.” View a snapshot of Holt’s story via video on location at the National Corvette Museum here: https://www.ncminsurance.com/wildfire-claims-2-corvette-see-how-it-was-handled.html
If you live in an area that is prone to devastating wildfires, we have provided a link below that can help you with helpful tips on landscaping ideas to reduce wildfire threats, how to create defensible space around your property, and other helpful tips. Find out more at: http://www.uwyo.edu/barnbackyard/resources/wildfire.html
Let’s keep our friends in Colorado and New Mexico in our thoughts as they battle these dangerous wildfires.