North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, South Carolina, Georgia and Maryland
AAC insurance group is ready to help you protect yourself while you are on the road. We write truckers insurance in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Georgia and Maryland. Our agents are here to help you.
Who needs Truckers Insurance?
If you own or operate a commercial truck you need truckers insurance. This gives basic coverage for the truck and transportation business. Do you own a big rig? Have fleet of transportation vehicles? We will find you coverage. And because it has to be revisited each year, we help you with your future needs too.
The Coverage Types
Trucking insurance doesn’t have to be complicated. Because we care, let us break it down. It has similarities to Auto Insurance. But there are also many differences. Lets run through the types of insurance you can carry
Physical damage is similar to Auto Insurance. This will protect you if you are in an accident with another vehicle. It pays the cost of the damage to the other parties property.
Primary Auto Liability is required for truckers. It will protect the other party if you are involved in an accident.
General Liability will protect the business even if the truck is not involved in an accident.
Non-trucking Liability will protect you as driver even when you are not under dispatch.
Non-owned Trailer Liability will protect you if you are pulling a trailer. We have you covered.
Trailer Interchange Liability covers a trailer when there is an interchange agreement involved.
Cargo Insurance covers your cargo while in transit.
Terminal Coverage will protect cargo located at specified terminals.
Warehouse Legal will protect cargo stored at a warehouse.
To find out more information on Truckers Insurance in NC check out the NC Consumer Guide. Don’t forget to check out the details for your state as well. Or just ask us.
We know the in’s and out’s of truckers insurance. We know it so well in fact that we write in multiple states. Call us at AAC Insurance Group. We are ready to help you write your next policy.