Heavy Trucking and Trucking for Hire insurance is something our agency has come to love writing over the years.
There are so many things to consider when you are the owner/operator of your own truck or own a trucking company with multiple drivers and power units. Your trucks are your livelihood, brining in the constant flow of income.
You need to be able to speak with someone who is well-versed in the trucking insurance industry and feels comfortable as well as confident in the coverages available. Those attributes are exactly what you will receive here at Snyder Insurance Agency! Katie Snyder Bruch, a Commercial Lines insurance agent, has a love for writing the Heavy Trucking or Trucking for Hire risks and is always ready to answer any questions you may have.
It is important to not only insure your truck for physical damage, but also the liability to others. There is the potential to do much more property damage and/or bodily injury if you were ever to have an accident just because of the size of your vehicle(s). Your policy needs to be there to protect you in the event of a large claim. There are so many requirements/filings that Trucking for Hire companies must abide by, so allow us to help navigate the insurance portion of your business. We are familiar with the requirements needing to be fulfilled to be able to keep you the road.
There are also other items you may want to consider when being the owner/operator of your 18-wheeler. Where do you find coverage for your cargo that you are hauling? Is it a good idea to carry general liability insurance as well? Have you added permanently attached equipment to your truck that needs to be covered? Are you signed onto someone else and only need “bobtail” insurance?
These are just a few of the questions that can be very important when you are covering your trucking business. We can help navigate the heavy trucking insurance policies to make it a bit easier to understand. We want you to have a clear idea of options and coverages available so you can make an educated decision.