Commercial Auto Insurance

What is Commercial
Auto Insurance?

To prevent losing your hard-earned revenue due to an auto accident, you will want to ensure that your vehicles, products, and drivers are insured in the event of property or vehicle damage, bodily injury, legal costs, and more.

What does it cover?

Your policy may include:

  • Bodily Injury Liability
  • Medical Payments
  • Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Coverage
  • Comprehensive Coverage
  • Collision Coverage
  • GAP Coverage
  • Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage

Additional options like bailee coverage are available if needed. Bailee coverage insures property loss or damage when in your company’s care, control, or custody—for example: product protection for items on a semi or delivery truck.

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How do I make a claim on my Commercial Auto Insurance policy?

Call our claims management team or contact the insurance carrier directly to start the claims process.

How much Commercial Auto Insurance should my business purchase?

All companies should consider hired and non-owned auto coverage, even if they do not have any business owned vehicles.

If I’m using a personal vehicle for business do I need Commercial Auto Insurance?

Yes, hired and non-owned auto coverages liability coverage for property damage and bodily injuries caused by you or your employees while performing errands and business functions.

How much Commercial Auto Insurance do I need?

Many vendor contracts require $1 million in Commercial Auto Liability coverage including comprehensive and collision.

What does Commercial Auto Insurance cover?

Commercial Auto Insurance provides coverage in the event of a claim or accidents involving business owned vehicles.

Is Commercial Auto Insurance required by law?

No. However many US jurisdictions require liability coverage on all vehicles.

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