Adding valet parking to your hotel or restaurant business can be a sure way to edge out the competition when it comes to amenities. However, as much as your customers would like it, the liabilities that come with the option aren’t so attractive. If you are considering adding a parking service, check out the cost and coverage of valet insurance first.
When people hand over their keys to the valet attendant, they assume their vehicle will return in the same condition it was when it drove away. There is a reasonable expectation that the staff has been trained to take precautions and treat a car accordingly. As the attendants strive for fast and efficient service, accidents can happen.
Accidental damage to your car could include:
- Broken tail or headlights
- Damage resulting from a more serious accident
By having a valet insurance policy, your responsibility as the damaging company is secured. Even though it may have been an employee’s actions, the customer can hold your company liable. An insurance policy will have the financial assistance for damage repairs, legal issues