The 'Rented Equipment' policy is designed to insure production equipment rented from a third party, such as a rental house, company or individual owner.
Rented Equipment Policy Information
- Policy terms are Short-Term (start at one day), or Annual Term
- Design a custom policy by selecting your total Rented Equipment limit, deductibles and additional coverage on the application
- Access to generate Certificates of Insurance, free of charge
- Applies worldwide*
- Covers all common causes of loss including theft, fire, earthquake, flood, acts of terrorism, smoke, water damage, falling objects, equipment in transit, lightning, explosion, windstorm, hail & accidental damages.
Apply for a Rented Equipment Policy
- Navigate to InsureMyEquipment.com and click 'Get A Quote' then 'Rented Equipment'
- Complete the Applicant Info page
- 'Policyholder' must be yourself of your business (not the rental house)
- Write N/A if you do not have an answer for any of the 'Additional Verification' questions
- Review and accept all terms on the 'Policy Requirements' page
- Complete the 'Underwriting Information' page
- Pick Short-Term or Annual Term.
- Note: You can always go back to generate a new quote once you have saved your current quote
- Complete the 'Insurance Coverage' page
- Select your pick up and drop off dates.
- Note: The policy will expire at 12:01AM on the expiration date.
- Select your Deductibles an Coverages
- Add a rental house partner as a certificate holder
- If the company you are working with is already listed in the drop-down menu, you may select their company name and immediately upon purchase, a COI will be generated and delivered to them.
- If your rental house is not listed, or you are renting from an individual, you will have an opportunity to generate COIs after purchase
- Review your quote!
- Click 'Save Quote' to access it later,
- 'Make Edits' to alter your application and produce a new quote
- 'Proceed to Payment' when you're ready to check out and start generating insurance certificates.
*Coverage does not currently apply in any countries being sanctioned by the US State Department.