The following coverages are the most common for trucking:
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.
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.
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.
All drivers must be listed on the policy BEFORE they can drive your equipment. Claims reported with unlisted drivers can be subject to declination, large surcharges, or cancellation.
For coverage to apply all units must be listed on the policy.
If you have insurance filings, you must sell or transfer that vehicle out of your company name.
Please give NASTC Insurance a call once you know the destination and how long you will be out of your normal radius and an exception can usually be granted.
That will depend upon which insurance company you are insured through. Some policies can be transferred. Please notify us as soon as you can.
NASTC Insurance does not charge for the processing of any policy changes or certificates nor do we believe ANY other agent should charge for that service.
Yes, please contact NASTC Insurance and we will do our best to help.
Payments may be set up automatically, called in, or sent by mail.
Complete the Bank ACH AutoPay Debit Authorization form located under the Client Services/Forms tab.