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Who Needs Commercial Auto Insurance?

All states require you to carry Commercial Auto coverage if your company owns or leases vehicles. Commercial Auto policies cover:

    • Damages to vehicle(s) owned or leased by the company
    • Uninsured motorists
    • Medical expenses for injuries
    • Motor truck cargo (if applicable)

    Commercial Auto covers a variety of vehicles such as:

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      What does Commercial Auto insurance cover?

      Commercial Auto insurance typically provides coverage for liability, medical expenses for injury to occupants, uninsured and underinsured motorists, and physical damage loss to your business autos.

      Who needs Commercial Auto insurance?

      Commercial Auto insurance is required for vehicles that are used for a business, carry a commercial license plate or tag, or are registered as 'commercial'. 

      You should carry Commercial Auto insurance if you or your employees use vehicles for work-related tasks. For example, shopping for office supplies, going on sales calls, deliveries, picking up packages, etc.

      Also, you may be required to get additional coverage that your personal auto policy does not currently cover. For example: delivering food, acting as a taxi or limo service, carrying equipment, trucking and moving freight, or towing vehicles. 

      What is not covered by Commercial Auto insurance?

      Commercial Auto policies do not cover benefits you are obligated to pay under a Workers' Compensation, disability, or Unemployment Compensation law. Therefore, many business owners bundle their Commercial Auto policy with a Workers' Compensation policy.