Owing and/or operating a flatbed truck can be a great business. So much that gets done in this country absolutely couldn’t happen without flatbeds. This is why business insurance for flatbed trucking is so important. From relatively small loads – by trucking industry standards – of construction materials to actual pieces of airplanes that cause whole sections of highway to be shut down while they pass, flatbeds are the trucks they’re carried on.
You love driving and you wanted to start a business that would let you do that all day. Trucking seemed like a good idea, but not quite right. You realized your heart’s desire was to run a bus tour business and now you need the right bus tour business insurance advice. The problem is that you don’t even know what to start asking. Driving people can be a lot of fun, bad...Read more
Commercial Garbage Truck Insurance doesn’t mean getting coverage for the pickup you’ve filled up with pizza boxes. It means providing the best insurance for your garbage hauling business. Any commercial haulage business involves a number of different layers. Your truck isn’t the only important thing When we think of commercial garbage hauling and the type of insurance required, we tend to think of the basics –...Read more
There’s a tremendous glamor to the idea of trucking. Driving across the country, seeing new places on a regular basis, being in a number of ways, your own boss. There are very few people this lifestyle doesn’t appeal to on a regular basis. Commercial trucking is all that certainly, but it’s also hard work and whether you’re an owner or a driver, commercial truck insurance rates can be the kind of thing that drives the fun right out...Read more
Need truck insurance in Pennsylvania? Pennsylvania, and especially the Pittsburgh area, is home to thousands of truckers. After all of those miles on the road it is a great place to come home to and unwind. But without the right insurance for your truck how could you possibly take a load off? But don’t worry! We have broken down the different types of truck insurance coverage that will meet all of your needs. First and foremost: There...Read more
Before you start shopping around for a transit van insurance quote it is important to understand the difference in the types of vans on the market. There are actually five different types of vans. These include car-derived vans, micro-vans, small/light vans, medium vans and large vans. Transit vans are actually considered medium vans. What Are You Using It For? Transit vans are generally...Read more
Van Insurance: Compare Options First. Take Action Later. The thought of comparing van insurance policies probably doesn’t sound that enticing. I mean, who wants to sit around for hours on end calling different insurance companies and comparing rates? Well, before you settle in for the long haul of boredom we thought you would like some pointers on how to know you are getting the best deal, and why you do not need to look any further than us!
If you are starting a new business or you have already established your own company, you may still have questions about the necessity of car hauler insurance. Lots of businesses use car haulers, to include dealerships, auto repair shops, private corporations that serve as government contractors, and smaller moving companies that specialize in hauling vehicles. Whatever scale of business you are running, here are some things you need to consider when choosing the right insurance coverage for your car hauler....Read more
I was asked to write an article about van liability insurance deductibles, and as weird as that sounds I thought I'd get it done. Liability insurance is the minimum you need to cover your van, whether it’s a single commercial vehicle or a fleet. Liability insurance keeps you out of legal in case of an accident or other incident that is fully, or partially the responsibility of your company or driver. If the policy is correctly crafted, you will...Read more
Once upon a time seriously valuable property was transported almost exclusively by water. Cars, planes and trains didn’t exist, so sea was the only way to get anything long distances. When out at sea, there were pirates, storms and no GPS, so that just vanishing off the map was a much realer possibility. No one wanted to transport material if losing it meant losing everything and one good loss could do that. Every Inland Marine Insurance Company rose...Read more