We’re introducing some handy new features to the Jerry app so you can access your important car and account-related documentation at any time.
With Garage, you can now upload, store, and view documents like your insurance card, driver’s license, and vehicle registration. You can also create individual profiles for each of your vehicles and customize them with photos, documentation, and care and maintenance details. Think of Garage as your digital glove box — with your car’s documents only a few clicks away on the app, you will no longer have to deal with piles of paperwork.
And from now on, if you need to sign any account-specific documents for your car insurance, you can also do that through the app. Yet another way that Jerry is simplifying the insurance-shopping process!
To access these new features, open the Jerry app and click on the Garage icon at the bottom of the screen. Once you’re in Garage, you can view every vehicle that you’ve quoted using Jerry.
Just select a vehicle to get access to all of the information you have on that car. This is where you can view basic details like your car’s VIN, on top of accessing your car-specific documents.
Under Documents, you can upload and view your vehicle’s documents. If you want to upload your insurance card, vehicle registration, or inspection proof, click on those options. Once you’re taken to the Add a new document page, you can upload a document by taking a photo on your phone or selecting the document from your gallery.
You can also add a new car-specific document to your digital glove box under Shortcuts by clicking on Add documents or Add images. Once you select a document or image, enter a name and select a date and category (fuel, general inspection, maintenance and repair, or other).
Once the document is uploaded, it appears under Your timeline, which keeps track of when your car-specific docs are added to the app. Your timeline can also be used as a car-maintenance log, allowing you to keep track of appointments and expenses.
And don’t worry, if an insurance document in the app needs your attention, we’ll let you know. To sign a document, click on More to be taken to the My Documents page, which is where your account-related docs are stored. You will see a “Jerry.ai Requests” message, prompting you to sign.
Click on the document link, then click on Continue, and then draw your signature on your screen.
And that’s it — the document is signed and you’re finished!