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Necessary Coverages for Your Auto Repair Business
Whether you like to think about it or not, there is a lot that can go wrong when running a small business, especially one as involved as a car care shop. Working on your customers’ vehicles gives you enough to worry about—you don’t need the added stress of wondering if your insurance would cover your loss in the event of a claim.
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We would be proud to insure your business, so you can be free to focus on what matters most to you. We understand the unique challenges you face and provide you with peace of mind, knowing we are there with you when you need it.
Many small and independent auto repair shops are experiencing training and resource barriers when it come to the latest trends in electric and hybrid vehicles. However, the future is electric vehicles. With more automakers making commitments to increase production of electric and hybrid vehicles, repair shops must be prepared to remain successful.
The Services Customer Team at Acuity talked with Sue Black, Office Manager at Dean’s Auto Body, Inc. in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, to learn how their business has been adjusting during the pandemic and how they plan to handle business going forward. Read on to find out.
Auto repair technicians and shop employees work with dangerous tools, chemicals, and machinery, which can put them at greater risk for accidents and injuries, potentially leading to negative effects for the business and employees. Listed below are some practical steps to follow to mitigate accidents.

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