We’ve all encountered clowns on the road, but few drivers have been rear-ended by clowns of the literal variety. One Farmers® customer found themself in this situation when they were hit from behind by a honk-nosed motorist. Luckily, Farmers kept the incident from becoming a circus by covering the claim. Are you covered? Learn more about auto Insurance.
Go ahead, drum your heart out. But when you’re behind the wheel, only drum your heart out once you’re in park. One customer learned this music lesson the hard way when he mistook the accelerator pedal for the kick drum pedal and drove into a bank’s A/C unit. Thankfully, Farmers® covered this drumming collision. Are you covered? Learn more about auto Insurance.
Contrary to popular belief, you should keep your hands on the wheel at 9 and 3, not 10 and 2—or 10 and drumsticks.
Car accidents don’t always involve other cars. Or happen on the road. Or even on the ground. One customer found this out when a vehicle went airborne and landed on their roof. Luckily, Farmers® was able to cover the claim. Are you covered? Learn more about home Insurance.
Everyone keeps an eye out for the common driving hazards. You know, deer, rocks, debris and...drones? Yep. A customer encountered one of these robotic flyers head-on, shattering his windshield. We never learned what a drone was doing hovering in the road, but Farmers® covered it. Are you covered? Learn more about auto Insurance.
We’ve heard of bird droppings on a car. But cement? One unlucky customer had cement pour down on their car from the top of a nearby construction site, damaging their car’s interior and exterior. Not quite as easy as washing off a bird mess, but Farmers® covered it. Are you covered? Learn more about auto Insurance.
A hot-air balloon hovering over the horizon is such a picturesque sight. A hot-air balloon landing on your car? Not so much. A customer found that out the hard way when their car was ballooned right into. Luckily, Farmers® covered this highly unusual event. Are you covered? Learn more about auto Insurance.
It’s unsafe to fly a hot-air balloon in the rain, since the heat inside can boil rainwater and damage the fabric.