3 Credits (MN, WI) | 30 Seats
The primary course objective is to give the agent a more complete understanding of how vehicles are structurally engineered to reduce the fatality rate in vehicle crashes. This course will illustrate how insurance companies, and society, have benefitted by decades of engineering improvements. We will review the impact of federal regulations and the motives behind the regulations. By understanding the importance of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, along with original equipment (OE) specifications, the agent can more accurately inform, assist, and protect the policyholder. Having this understanding enables insurance personnel to better communicate with policyholders about the repair cycle.
Note: This class qualifies as Property & Casualty for both MN & WI licenses.
Registration — 8:30am
Class — 9:00am-12:00pm
Breakfast & lunch provided!
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