Start by going to the 'Premium Services' section of your dashboard, select Wheelbase Insurance from the Default Protection Package drop down, then scroll down a smidge to 'Optional Premiums'
There is the option to 'Apply same premiums to all bundles' (as shown below)
If you would like to charge more or less for individual 'Protection Packages' you can do so by toggling the 'Apply same premiums to all bundles' slider (as shown below)
Please note: Adjusting the price of the insurance packages only applies to your direct guests, not guests that book on outdoorsy.com
Service premium explained
When looking at your settings, if you have it set to 0% markup Service Premium, that means the whole cost of the insurance package is going to the guest. If you have negative (-%) percentage in the Service Premium field, that discounts the cost of the package to the guest, and you are paying that difference.
Guest pays full amount of insurance
0% in the Service Premium field means that the cost of the packages is not changed, and the full price is paid by the guest; you as the business don't have any insurance overhead costs.
Raise cost of insurance, and make a profit
If you have a positive number in the Service Premium field, that raises the price of the packages to the guest, and you get to keep that extra money as additional revenue.
Lower cost of insurance to renter, you take on some cost
By putting a negative % in the Service Premium, it lowers the cost of the package to your renters by that amount; and you will take on that cost. So entering a -50% in the Service Premium section means that you and the guest will split the cost of coverage 50-50.