NCM Insurance: Hurricane Florence Relocation Reimbursement


NCM Insurance: Hurricane Florence Relocation Reimbursement

For those living on the East Coast and especially those in the coastal areas from the Carolinas to Virginia, you should already know by now that you have a major storm named Hurricane Florence that is headed your way. Now is the time to make your plans for the storm and that includes what to do about your Corvettes and other collector vehicles.

Our friends at the NCM Insurance Agency are here to help! The team put out this alert about Relocation Reimbursement:

For NCM Insurance customers who are in the path of this storm, our carrier has made available a relocation expense reimbursement that provides reimbursement for 50% of the temporary relocation costs when moving NCM Insurance protected collector cars to a safer location, subject to a maximum of $200 per collector car and $2,500 per policy. Claims regarding reimbursement should call (800) 543-2644 or can submit their claim online at Please retain all invoices, receipts and incurred costs with regards to any damage.

If you are unable to relocate your vehicle(s), please take the following steps to insure the vehicle is as prepared as possible:

  • Take before photos of your vehicle to show the condition before a disaster strikes.
  • Store copies of the registration and insurance documentation in a safe place.
  • Place your vehicle(s) on jack stands as high as possible to raise it off of the ground.

Our top priority is offering personal attention to the needs of our customers – in all situations – good and bad. Please let us know if you are affected by the storms and are in harms’ way – and please stay safe.

Important Contact Information:

  • Agency Phone #: 877.678.7626
  • Claim Phone #: 800.543.2644
  • Claim Website: Click Here

Good luck and stay safe!

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