are you covered?

NASTC Insurance Services, LLC is dedicated to serving the insurance needs of trucking operations of all sizes. Our aim is to build a long-term relationship with your company by delivering the security you need, coupled with specialized services that help you reduce risks. Minimize your fleet’s downtime and reduce loss costs. Special loss control and claims services help minimize your fleet’s downtime and reduce loss costs. Unexpected detours – like accidents, driver injuries, mechanical breakdowns and equipment malfunctions – often lead to stalled shipments and disappointed customers, and can be a dead-end for a company’s reputation as well as its bottom line. Truck-fleets and owner operators rely on us to keep them steadily on course to profitability. NASTC Insurance Services, LLC professionals can tailor programs to address virtually all of your company’s insurance needs.

are you covered?

NASTC Insurance Services, LLC is dedicated to serving the insurance needs of trucking operations of all sizes. Our aim is to build a long-term relationship with your company by delivering the security you need, coupled with specialized services that help you reduce risks. Minimize your fleet’s downtime and reduce loss costs. Special loss control and claims services help minimize your fleet’s downtime and reduce loss costs. Unexpected detours – like accidents, driver injuries, mechanical breakdowns and equipment malfunctions – often lead to stalled shipments and disappointed customers, and can be a dead-end for a company’s reputation as well as its bottom line. Truck-fleets and owner operators rely on us to keep them steadily on course to profitability. NASTC Insurance Services, LLC professionals can tailor programs to address virtually all of your company’s insurance needs.

Coverage for everything from
truck to trailer.

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A quick solution to get you certificates when needed.

Coverage for everything from
truck to trailer.

Insurance
Applications

Ready to get started?
Apply today.

Already a client? Find your
forms in one spot.

A quick solution to get you certificates when needed.

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common questions

Have questions? Check out our most common questions below.
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common questions

Have questions? Check out our most common questions below.
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What is the difference between auto and general liability?

Auto liability covers potential damage for the movement of your truck and trailer. Transportation general liability covers your business operations that are related to your trucking operation but do not involve the movement of the truck.

I am just starting my trucking business; what coverages do I need?

The following coverages are the most common for trucking:

  • Commercial Auto Liability $1,000,000
  • Physical Damage Coverage $1000 deductible
  • Motor Truck Cargo $100,000 Limit
  • Non-Owned Trailer $1000 deductible
What is the difference between a certificate holder and additional insured?

A certificate is simply proof of insurance whereas an additional insured name the broker/entity on the policy and provides additional protection for that entity in the event of a claim. It also ensures that should the policy cancel for any reason the broker/entity is notified ahead of the cancel date.

Do I need Occupational Accident insurance?

Occupational accident truck insurance can be truly beneficial if you have a work-related accident or illness, especially if you do not have health care coverage.

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What is the difference between auto and general liability?

Auto liability covers potential damage for the movement of your truck and trailer. Transportation general liability covers your business operations that are related to your trucking operation but do not involve the movement of the truck.

I am just starting my trucking business; what coverages do I need?

The following coverages are the most common for trucking:

  • Commercial Auto Liability $1,000,000
  • Physical Damage Coverage $1000 deductible
  • Motor Truck Cargo $100,000 Limit
  • Non-Owned Trailer $1000 deductible
What is the difference between a certificate holder and additional insured?

A certificate is simply proof of insurance whereas an additional insured name the broker/entity on the policy and provides additional protection for that entity in the event of a claim. It also ensures that should the policy cancel for any reason the broker/entity is notified ahead of the cancel date.

Do I need Occupational Accident insurance?

Occupational accident truck insurance can be truly beneficial if you have a work-related accident or illness, especially if you do not have health care coverage.