Fleet Insurance

The right insurance to keep you rolling.

Fleet insurance provided by Great Lakes Insurance Partners.

Does your company make use of commercial trucks and vehicles? If so, consider trucking and fleet insurance, which covers more risks than your typical auto insurance and under one policy for all vehicles.

Compared with ordinary auto insurance, commercial trucking insurance needs to cover not just bigger risks, but a wider range of risks. The potential costs of damage to property and medical bills are higher simply because a truck can have a bigger impact in a collision. Meanwhile, you’ll also need to be covered for the potential loss of, or damage to, cargo.

The principles behind commercial truck policies are simple enough, but be prepared to answer a lot of questions about the type of people you have operating the trucks, the type of cargo they carry, and the expected mileage during the year. Your policy could also depend on whether or not you operate across state lines.

Fleet insurance is a convenient way for businesses to cover all of their company-owned cars and trucks with one policy. Fleet insurance offers business owners the option to allow employees to drive any vehicle at any time, while also protecting the company’s investment. It provides coverage for damage caused to other people’s property by an employee driving a company vehicle as well.

One of the benefits of fleet insurance is that it’s easy to change the policy with the addition of a new vehicle or a change to coverage limits with a quick call to the insurance agent.

State laws about insurance regulations for commercial vehicles differ from the rules about privately-owned vehicles. For help understanding the laws in your area, you and your commercial trucking and fleet insurance options, please contact us today.

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