HONK asks that all current and prospective Partners submit valid proof of insurance before their account can be activated.
This article is divided into 3 sections:
List of insurance requirements
Image of sample document
How to upload your certificate of insurance into your account
1. List of insurance requirements
Comprehensive General and Automobile Liability insurance, including Contractual Liability insurance specifically insuring ISP against the liabilities assumed under Section 8 (Indemnity) with minimum limits of $100,000 per each person and $300,000 per each occurrence for bodily injury and $100,000 per each occurrence for property damage or a minimum combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage of $300,000 per occurrence
Garage Keepers’ Legal Liability or Garage Keeper’s Liability insurance (including, but not limited to “On-Hook” Liability insurance) with a minimum limit of $50,000 (only applicable to Partners who will also provide towing and storage services).
OPTIONAL: Instruct your insurance carriers to list Honk Technologies, Inc as a Certificate Holder on the certificate. This certificate of insurance should show the following:
HONK Technologies, Inc
548 Market Street. #28677
San Francisco, CA 94104
2. Sample document with requirements listed
Below you'll find a breakdown of a sample document of an approved certificate
3. How to upload a certificate of insurance in your Partner account:
Step 1: Log into your joinHONK.com account. After logging in, find the Insurance tab located on the left icon bar within your profile.
Step 2: On the Insurance page you can either upload your own insurance document or contact your insurance agent. If you do not have the insurance you can click the "I NEED COMMERCIAL INSURANCE" and give HONK permission to contact you.
Step 3: To upload your new insurance document click the "UPLOAD INSURANCE" button. You will then be prompted to upload your insurance certificate. Once the document has been uploaded, you will see it appear on your screen as pictured below.
Step 4: Our team will then receive an alert and review your newly uploaded insurance document. Once the document has been reviewed, you will receive an email informing you on whether the document was approved or rejected.