ROOFTOP PARKING

Covered by Farmers® 1/14/17

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.

Rooftop Parking Gallery


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HIT AND DRONE

Covered by Farmers® 11/2/17

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.

Hit and Drone Gallery


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PARKING SPLAT

Covered by Farmers® 3/10/17

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.

Parking Splat Gallery

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FLY-BY BALLOONING

Covered by Farmers® 10/27/17

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.

Fly-By Ballooning Gallery

Did you know?

It’s unsafe to fly a hot-air balloon in the rain, since the heat inside can boil rainwater and damage the fabric.