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Wawanesa policy holders, what do you do for umbrella insurance?

Discussion in 'Model S' started by andyaycw, Oct 16, 2016.

  1. andyaycw

    andyaycw Member

    Oct 1, 2015
    Garden Grove, CA
    Question for Wawanesa policy holders (or those who insure with a company that does not offer umbrella insurance):

    Since Wawanesa does not offer umbrella insurance, what do you do for umbrella insurance? I would imagine that this group of people, owning a Tesla, would have other significant assets to protect, and therefore, a good idea to get umbrella insurance for additional coverage.

    Do you just forgo the umbrella and *hope* nothing happens? Perhaps just never seen umbrella insurance as worth the cost?

    Wawanesa's auto policy seems to max out at 250/500/100, and their condo insurance maxes out at 500 liability. Seems like extremely low limits for the average Tesla owner, who I would guess has much more in assets to protect in the event of a lawsuit.

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