Commercial Trucking Insurance

Coverage offering for 1-10 power units

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Let us use our expertise to address your for-hire trucking account needs. We know the unique risks of the trucking industry and have the right coverage solutions and limits to meet those needs.

We write 1-10 power unit, Local, Intermediate and Long Haul For-Hire and Specialty Trucking risks. We offer a full range of coverages including Auto Liability non-trucking, Physical Damage, Cargo, Trucker’s General Liability Hired Auto, Non-owned Auto Liability, Non-owned Trailer, and Trailer Interchange.

We offer options on a broad range of risk quality, including select 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year new ventures. You can expect: 

  • Competitive pricing
  • Comprehensive coverages
  • Optional deductibles

We specialize in a full range of competitive coverages:

  • Auto Liability, General Liability, Physical Damage, Cargo, Bobtail Liability
  • MCS-90 and Broadened Pollution Coverage
  • Expanded Towing Coverage
  • Finance “Gap” Coverage
  • Personal Effects Coverage
  • Downtime Coverage
  • Debris Removal
  • Electronic Equipment Coverage
  • Earned Freight Coverage
  • Broadened Reefer Breakdown
  • Diminishing Deductible
  • Single Deductible for combined physical damage and cargo losses
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For-Hire Truck

  • Agricultural Goods
  • Containerized Freight
  • Flatbed Freight
  • General Dry Freight
  • Livestock
  • Logs – Mill to Mill or Post Mill
  • Non-Hazardous Liquid and Dry Tank
  • Refrigerated Goods
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Specialty Truck

  • Auto Haulers
  • Coal Haulers
  • Dump (aggregate/dirt/sand and gravel)
  • Hazardous Materials Haulers (classes requiring over $1 million limit)
  • Hotshots
  • Household Goods Movers
  • House/Mobile Home Movers
  • Logging/Pulpwood
  • Oilfield Equipment
  • Refuse/Waste/Scrap Haulers
  • Towing
  • Truck Driving Schools
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Have a trucking fleet larger than 10 power units? Check out our Pro Fleet Offering.

News & Insights

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The trucking industry grapples with the ongoing labor shortage. Global supply chain issues are fraught with complexity, but so is the driver shortage impacting the trucking industry and the millions of Americans who rely on it to keep life running smoothly.

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How data drives our decisions

Predictive modeling is already having a major impact on the trucking industry. One prime example is employing data to increase the safety of customers and their fleets, which is paramount.

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Rapid reporting

Accidents happen, and when you're on the road as often as truck drivers, the odds of one happening increase. Nationwide is here to help. Here's information about why rapidly reporting a large truck accident claim is so important.