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Do you have the right insurance for your trucks?
Your vehicle insurance could be as much as 40 percent of your total operating budget. A Regular policy review is essential in making sure you have the right insurance for your truck—and your business. Plus, you could save big bucks if you qualify for additional discounts. The following are some questions you should ask yourself.
Are all of my employees covered when they drive my trucks, even if they’re not listed on my policy?
You should always list employees who regularly drive your vehicles. Ask your insurance company if it covers temporary drivers as long as they have your permission to operate the vehicle.
Some insurance companies will only cover drivers who are named on the policy. So, if you regularly employ temporary workers, you need to call your insurer and add them to the policy every time they drive to ensure they’ll be covered in an accident.
Permissive use policies don’t require you to add temporary workers.
Will my policy pay to repair my employees’ personal vehicles if they get into an accident while running a business errand?
If you often send employees on business errands in their personal cars or trucks, or, if you use rental vehicles, consider adding optional coverages to your policy to protect those vehicles. In many cases, a standard commercial auto insurance policy won’t cover damages in case of an accident. Your agent or insurance company can walk you through all of your options.
Should I maintain my policy during the off-season if I’m not using my truck?
When the season’s over, consider switching to Comprehensive-only coverage instead of canceling your policy altogether. This coverage protects your vehicles against incidents like vandalism or hail that can happen when they’re sitting for long periods during the off-season.
If you do decide to cancel your Liability insurance, check with the Department of Motor Vehicles first. There may be some additional steps you need to take to comply with the insurance laws in your state.
How quickly does my insurance company resolve claims?
The faster they take care of your claim, the faster you can get back to work. Also, does your insurance cover a rental vehicle or provide downtime payments? If you have these coverages endorsed on your policy, when your truck’s out of commission, your business will stay profitable.
What can I do to control my insurance expenses?
Discounts can make a big difference, especially with commercial insurance. We have several carriers who offer these types of discounts. Such as, an experienced business owner discount and a discount if you have a General Liability or Business Owner’s Policy. Other ways that you can save include increasing your deductibles and paying your premium in full.
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