We only use the top companies available in North Carolina and other states for your commercial trucking or commercial auto insurance quotes and coverage.
•Progressive NC Truck & Commercial Auto Insurance
• IAT Group
• National Casualty – Long Haul
• National Casualty
• National Indemnity:
National Indemnity group of insurance companies
National Indemnity Company, National Fire & Marine Insurance Company, National Indemnity Company of Mid-America, National Liability & Fire Insurance Company, National Indemnity Company of the South, Columbia Insurance Company
• National General
• Berkshire Hathaway Direct Insurance Company, Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Insurance Company, Brookwood Insurance Company, Columbia Insurance Company (NICO), Continental Divide Insurance Company, Cypress Insurance Company,
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We also have fast quotes for the following business types, auto haulers, contractor vehicles, dump trucks, taxi, limousines, tow trucks, church vehicles, logging trucks, day care vehicles, school buses, guides and outfitters and emergency ambulances.
Public (Not For Hire)
Airport Courtesy Bus, Alcohol/Rehab Center Bus, Amish Taxis, Balloon Ride Vans, Bingo Buses, Boy Scout Vans, Camping Guides, Canoe Rental, Casino Shuttle, Church Buses, Counseling Center, Courtesy Buses, Day Care Vans, Domestic Violence Centers, Drug Rehab Centers, Employee Transport, Farm Labor Bus, Fishing Guides, Foster Homes, Girl Scout Vans, Group Homes, Head Start Buses, Homeless Shelters, Hotel Shuttles, Hunting Clubs, Outfitter Bus, Prisoner Transport, PPT, Psychiatric Counseling Buses, Rafting Guide Vans, School Buses, Ski Shuttles, Social Service Buses, Valet Courtesy Van, Youth Center Buses.
To get the most accurate rate quotes, your agent or broker will need certain information, such as:
•Which employees, (including names, DOB, license number) will be driving your trucks?
•What kinds of qualifications, CDL license/s, or training do your drivers have?
•Will they be hauling heavy equipment or hazardous materials?
•How many miles (Radius of Operation) will your vehicles travel each year?
•What states will your vehicles be operating in?