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Is your insurance on track?

 An important benefit of your membership in the Train Collector's Association (TCA) is the ability to get on board with the TCA property insurance program.  J. A. Bash & Company is on track to meet your specific needs as a model railroader.  Whether you choose to insure your layout, your trains, or everything in between, there can be a coverage plan for you. 

Each TCA's member layout and collection is unique, reflecting the individual personality of its owner.  Through J. A. Bash & Company, you can now tailor your insurance program to meet all your Insurance needs. 

Flexible plans to satisfy your insurance requirements

You may choose from two available plans:

Plan 1, also called the Inventory Plan, permits you to select only the items you wish to be insured and list these on a separate inventory sheet.

Plan 2, the Blanket Plan, covers your entire collection, without having to submit a written inventory.

Plan 3, the Layout Coverage Plan excludes rolling stock.

Each plan includes these features:

Coverage - Your collection and layout are covered whether the damage or loss is caused by fire, vandalism, theft, burglary, lightning, windstorm, flood, earthquake, accidental breakage and many other potential causes of loss.

Location - Items are covered while within the continental United States and Canada. Items are also covered while in transit up to $15,000. Higher transit limits can be negotiated.

Exclusion - Typical exclusions include breakage due to defect in materials, such as warping of castings, wear and tear, unexplained disappearances.

Deductible - Each loss will be subject to a $250 deductible.  If you choose a higher deductible, you may qualify for a reduced rate.

J. A. Bash Company offers insurance coverage for members of the Train Collector's Association.  You may choose from two available plans.

 



 

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