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Adaptive Driving Alliance (ADA) and the Mobility Industry Insurance Buying Program

Adaptive Driving Alliance (ADA) and the Mobility Industry Insurance Buying Program

Availability of affordable insurance was listed as the #1 threat to the long-term viability of dealers at past ADA Leadership Summits. The ADA Property & Casualty Insurance Buying Program has been specifically designed by PSA to protect the unique interests of the mobility industry while meeting the specific needs of the dealer. As a group our goal is to lock in long-term availability of high-quality coverage, and eliminate the threat of being left without the option of quality protection.

The ADA Property & Casualty Insurance Buying Program will allow ADA members to control their own destinies in the world of insurance and will help improve the overall performance of ADA dealers from a loss exposure standpoint. Leadership at PSA and ADA are committed to a long-term relationship. You can feel confident that we will be there when you need us and that we understand the need for ongoing insurability of ADA dealers for years to come.

This true buying program allows dealers to utilize our buying power to attain greater leverage. They gain access to benefits that go well beyond those offered by standard insurance brokers who underwrite each dealer on an individual basis.

ADA Property & Casualty Insurance Buying Program Benefits:

  • Preferred Pricing
  • Increased Limits
  • Broader Coverage
  • Superior Availability
  • Contract Review & Indemnification Agreements
  • Best Practices Collection and Distribution
  • Loss Prevention Consulting
  • Superior Customer Service
  • Dedicated Claims Management Team
  • Legal Counsel Specializing in Product Liability Litigation

Since 2009, these benefits have led to PSA being one of the largest providers of Property & Casualty Insurance for the mobility industry.

PSA’s ADA and Mobility Industry Specialist

Pat DeNobrega was instrumental in designing the ADA Property & Casualty Insurance Buying Program and works closely with dealers in the mobility industry across the country.

Pat DeNobrega
ADA and
Mobility Industry Specialist,
Commercial Insurance

 

 

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