Our Risk Solutions Partner, National Equipment Registry (NER), offers Hanover policyholders registration services for their construction equipment that makes it easier to track and recover stolen equipment in the event of theft.
NER addresses the problem of stolen construction equipment with a registry database that’s available to law enforcement 24 hours a day to help quickly recover stolen equipment.
Valuable services for Hanover policyholders
- A national equipment database, searchable 24 hours a day by law enforcement.
- Volume discounts — the more you register the higher your discount with NER.
- Additional survey and risk management services for equipment owners, buyers, insurers, financial institutions and equipment manufacturers.
The Hanover will waive deductibles as indicated within the policy if their stolen equipment is registered with NER.*
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The entities mentioned in this material are not members of The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc.
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