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Can I Insure My Personal Vehicle With Commercial Auto Insurance?

If you are self-employed, you may believe your personal vehicles are covered for work use under your personal car insurance. When it comes time to file a claim, however, this could turn out to not be the case. Many business uses and vehicle types are excluded from personal policies. Our experienced agent can help you find a commercial auto insurance policy to suit your needs...

5 Questions About Commercial Auto Insurance

Commercial auto insurance and personal auto insurance are not the same. If you are a business owner, our knowledgeable agency can help you find the coverage you need. The following are five important things any business owner should know about commercial auto insurance. What Is the Purpose of Commercial Auto Insurance? Commercial auto insurance is designed to protect your business from legal claims of property...

5 Questions About Commercial Auto Insurance

Commercial auto insurance and personal auto insurance are not the same. If you are a business owner, our knowledgeable agency can help you find the coverage you need. The following are five important things any business owner should know about commercial auto insurance. What Is the Purpose of Commercial Auto Insurance? Commercial auto insurance is designed to protect your business from legal claims of property...

Commercial Auto Insurance: What is the Best Coverage?

Your company has specific needs for commercial auto insurance coverage. How much coverage should you have in place for liability, comprehensive coverage, collision coverage and medical payments? Your company may rent certain vehicles from time to time, or have employees who use their personal cars or trucks for company business. Regardless of the type of coverage, you need to protect yourself and your business against...

KEY ITEMS YOU SHOULD LOOK FOR IN A COMMERCIAL INSURANCE PROPOSAL - and if not you could find yourself not getting what you paid for.

Every so often I’ll have a prospect or current client send a proposal from a competitor and upon looking at it there are some things right off the bat that I notice that is not included that should be. At first, it may not seem important. You get the quote with the limits, insurance verbiage or items being covered and the pricing with some terms...