Commercial trucking insurance is complex for new business ventures, new CDL drivers, existing business's trying to expand quickly can be rejected by certain carriers. Understanding the terms of your insurance and who the carrier is can be critical to your success.
Understanding your business and risk factors.
Are you doing business with companies who have insurance requirements? What are the terms of your contract? Are the terms relevant to the business transaction? Have you tried to renegotiate the terms that are not relevant?
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A deductible is an amount that you're responsible for in the event of a loss. This is the amount you pay out-of-pocket, and insurance covers the remainder.
If you're transporting passengers, cargo or goods via interstate with a designated weight classification in a commercial vehicle a USDOT number is required per FMCSA regulations..
Yes, most companies exclude new cdl drivers however there are carriers that will offer coverage for new business ventures, owner operators and new cdl drivers.
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