We all have car insurance, right? But what about those times when we are walking somewhere – shouldn’t there be an insurance for that?
Metromile thought the same thing which is why I am happy to announce Metromile Pace – the insurance for those who walk more than drive! It sounds crazy, but think about it – how many times have you been taking a stroll and *whoops* you trip over your feet? Or you accidentally walk right out of your shoe? Metromile Pace will cover you in the event of those mishaps and more! Metromile pay-per-step insurance functions through its new smart walking app: the Metromile Pace. Several factors will be considered when creating the customer’s unique per-step rate, including broken bone history, clumsiness score and type of walking shoes.
Metromile Pace will cover you in the event of:
- Being caught in an unexpected rainstorm
Losing balance, tripping or falling
Worn out socks and shoes
Emergency walk-side assistance
Metromile is excited about their new “Walk Much?” alert, which gauges fall severity based on impact and alerts the provider immediately to help the customer get help as soon as possible. Metromile offers a safe-walker discount for walkers who commit to not walk-and-text, use the handrail when available, and follow the safe route recommended by their Metromile Pace. Take advantage of the foot care package, which includes a monthly pedicure and new pair of socks.
Find out more aboutMetromile Pace HERE!
While Metromile doesn’t actually have a pay-per-step walking insurance, it does have revolutionary pay-per-mile insurance available in Washington, Oregon, California, Illinois, New Jersey, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. Check out my earlier review of Metromile .
With Metromile. Metromile is designed for those who drive less than 10,000 miles a year and saves the average customer $500 annually. With Metromile, drivers only pay a few cents per mile with a low base rate each month for full coverage. You can get your quote at www.metromile.com/insurance.
Metromile makes every car a smart car with the Metromile Pulse. The Pulse plugs into the standard OBII port and is used to track mileage and provide car data, such as driving stats, engine health and car location. It’s even been used to recover stolen cars!