Box Truck Insurance in PA
A great deal of business relies on moving items from one place to another—and box trucks provides a reliable way to transport a number of goods. Whether you're helping people change homes or moving products from a distribution center to a retail store, you're helping to meet a steady demand for transporting items in bulk.
However, the sheer variety of goods that can be transported also means there's no one box truck insurance policy that's suitable for every company. A vehicle transporting bread loaves doesn't need as much insurance as a vehicle transporting expensive furniture, and neither is as risky as a box truck transporting crates of electronic parts. This is why insurance is available in different amounts—and why couriers should know their options.
Box Truck Insurance Policy Features
Consider two major aspects of box truck insurance policies:
Insure the Vehicle to help cover things like liability in collisions or physical damage to the truck from any source. A truck that isn't moving isn't making money, and keeping it in good working order is critical to the success of your business.
Insure the Cargo to help protect your company in case cargo is damaged or destroyed during transit. A few wrecked packages in a large load aren't hard for most companies to cover, but a major collision that destroys most of the truck's contents (including some genuinely irreplaceable items) could leave your company on the hook financially. Cargo insurance secures the value of transported goods in the event of an accident.
When you call for a rate quote, let us know the size and model of your truck or trucks, how often you're on the road, and what goods you usually transport. This will help us find the most affordable policy for you while still covering all of your needs. Call Elsa Arbitman Agency today for more information and a free quote.
Insurance terms, definitions and explanations are intended for informational purposes only and do not in any way replace or modify the definitions and information contained in individual insurance contracts, policies or declaration pages, which are controlling. Such terms and availability may vary by state and exclusions may apply. Discounts may not be applied to all policy coverages.