Do you have any custom features on your vehicle that were not installed by the original manufacturer or dealership? If you do, did you know that these custom features may not be covered by your insurance?
People frequently adjust the appearance of their vehicles to meet their personal styles. This may include lifting or lowering your vehicle, buying custom wheels and tires, or maybe adding a custom paint job. However, these extras often need to be added to your auto policy in order to be covered.
Common Custom Features
- Custom Paint
- Custom Wheels
- After Market Tachometer and Gauges
- Custom or Modified Engines
- Light Bars
- Oversized Tires
- Racing Slicks
- Roll Bars
- Lift Kits
- Utility Boxes
These are just a few common custom features.
If you have any value-adding features on your vehicle, it would be a good idea to check with your insurance provider to find out if you have the coverage that you need.