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Commercial Auto Insurance quotes for small risks to large national fleets are currently available by using the contact form below for companies in Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas and West Virginia
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High Risk Truck Insurance Markets Optional Coverages
Hired Car and Non-OwnedAuto Liability
Hired Car Physical Damage
Federal & State Filings
High Risk Commercial Auto Insurance Markets Special Types Classes
High Risk Truck Insurance Market Classes of Business
Fleet & Non-Fleet Local, Intermediate & Unlimited Miles
Beer,Wine & Liquor Transport
Containerized Freight Transport
Equipment Hauler Light & Heavy
Farm Vehicles Goats
Farm to Market Truckers
Fruit & Produce Hauler
Gasoline & Fuel Transporter
Lawn & Tree Service*
LPG, Butane & Propane Transporters
Mail Delivery Second Class
Meat & Poultry Hauler
Mobile Home Toters
Movers Household Goods / Office
Owner Operators New Ventures
Pest Control Operations
Racing Vehicle Transportation
Roadside Auto Repair
Sand & Gravel Haulers
Scrap Metal / Salvage Operation
Septic Tank Pump Trucks
Tow Trucks / Wreckers*
Truckers For Hire & Private
Waste Disposal Trucks
Wholesalers & Manufacturers
Starting in May of 2014 all physicals for commercial motor vehicle drivers must be done by a medical examiner on the new National Registry. Organizations with commercial motor vehicles need to prepare for this change.
An important change will be taking effect for all organizations that use commercial motor vehicles in their operations. Typically any driver of a vehicle over 10,000 lbs. needs to have a current DOT physical on file. Effective May 21st, 2014 all DOT physicals must be completed by a nationally registered medical examiner to be valid. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has developed this rule to help to make the roadways safer and ensure that physicians completing DOT physicals are fully familiar with the DOT requirements.
This rule will help to ensure that only those drivers who are physically qualified, as spelled out in part 391 of the regulations receive a current medical card. Nationally certified medical examiners must completed training and testing to show their understanding of the physical qualification requirements as well as complete periodic required refresher training every five years and pass a certification test every ten years to maintain their certification.
Any company that operates commercial motor vehicles will need to confirm that physicals are completed by a certified examiner. To find out who is certified in your area, go the national registry weblink: nationalregistry.fmcsa.dot.gov/NRPublicUI/home.seam Enter your city and state or zip code and select the radius you want to search (10, 25, 50, 75, 100, or 500 miles) and click search. You will then be given a list of all of the providers in the search area.
Typical small commercial and fleet commercial auto coverage’s vary by state and the risk involved.
Coverages Written stand alone or packaged to meet the needs of our customers.
PrimaryAuto Liability Up to $1,000,000 CSL
General Liability $2,000,000 per occurrence $2,000,000 aggregate
ExcessAuto Liability Up to $10,000,000 CSL
Non-Trucking Liability (Bobtail / Deadhead)
Truck Brokers Liability
Physical Damage Comprehensive Coverage for values up to $150,000 per unit
Motor Truck Cargo Up to $500,000 Limits Carriers / Owners Forms
Truckers Occupational Accident
Hired Car and Non-Owned Auto Liability Hired Car Physical Damage
Non-Owned Trailer Physical Damage
Combined Deductible Physical Damage & Motor Truck Cargo
Filings Federal, Over-size / Overweight, State & UIIA