Oak Lawn IL State Farm Insurance Agent Ride Share Insurance Coverage Launched

Oak Lawn, IL State Farm agent Jerry Carter announced the launch of rideshare insurance products. Carter offers transportation network company (TNC) drivers additional insurance coverage for themselves and their passengers. Custom coverage includes medical, emergency roadside assistance, and rental car assistance.

Oak Lawn, United States - September 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Oak Lawn, IL State Farm insurance agent Jerry Carter announced the launch of rideshare insurance coverage. This type of policy protects drivers who work with ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft as well as their passengers.

More information about State Farm agent Jerry Carter is available at https://insurewithjerry.com

The newly launched rideshare insurance is a special policy that covers drivers and passengers for medical expenses, property damage, and vehicle damage. Jerry Carter offers comprehensive end-to-end coverage that goes beyond the standard third-party liability and limited coverage amounts offered by rideshare companies.

State Farm’s Jerry Carter possesses an encyclopedic knowledge of motor vehicle insurance products and customizes rideshare policies to a client’s needs.

Policies may be customized to cover emergency roadside assistance, medical, rental car reimbursement, and other clauses not covered by auto insurance or transportation network company (TNC) insurance. As a registered State Farm insurance agent in Oak Lawn, Jerry Carter has access to a State Farm’s wide range of insurance products for life, home, auto, business, health, and property.

Carter has won several industry awards and qualifications including the Legion of Honor Qualifier, Bronze Tablet Award, National Convention Qualifier, and Life Honor Club Qualifier, He is also a multiple Life Production Award and Auto Production Award winner.

According to a spokesperson for the Cook County, IL State Farm insurance agent, “We are happy to announce customized and comprehensive rideshare insurance products for drivers working with Uber, Lyft, and other rideshare companies in Chicago & Oak Lawn. We look forward to providing drivers with the support to stay safe and assured of complete insurance coverage when needed.”

Jerry Carter is a State Farm insurance agent specializing in home and auto insurance products including motorcycle, RVs, rental home, apartment, and other individual and business policies. He is an Oak Lawn local with more than 20 years experience with State Farm.

More information is available by calling 708-424-5848 and by visiting the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Jerry Carter
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Organization: Jerry Carter, State Farm Insurance
Address: 9816 S. Cicero Ave, Oak Lawn, IL 60453, United States
Phone: +1-708-424-5848
Website: https://insurewithjerry.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88919869

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