What are the requirements?
To stay legal on the road, you are required to have primary trucking liability insurance as a minimum. This type of insurance covers injuries and damage that may occur to another driver and their vehicle in an accident. As a truck driver, your primary liability insurance must be at least $750,000 worth of coverage.
All time spent in a truck isn’t billable, but it is insurable. When you use your truck for non-business purposes, you need insurance coverage. Non-Trucking Liability offers liability coverage for property damage or bodily injury to a third party when trucks are being used for non-business purposes.
- Hired Auto
- Non-owned Auto
- Excess and/or umbrella up to $5,000,000
- Medical Payments (PIP Benefits) (where applicable)
- Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist
- Blanket Lessee
- Pollution Buyback