We offer the highest quality commercial truck and big rig insurance available anywhere including fleets.
From Asheville to Charlotte to New Bern we insure in all towns and cities to keep your NC trucking operation “Rolling Strong”
Since our insurance services beginning in Asheville, NC in 1986 we have always taken great pride in doing the “insurance leg work” for business owners so that they may focus on running the company that they love. Our caring professionals will listen to you and carefully put a custom solution together to insure your commercial trucks from the pickup truck to the extreme extra heavy truck-tractors.
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For companies that have a DOT number or MC number you need transportation risk specialist agents that specialize in truck insurance to get the right coverage at the best price. We get your federal ICC filings submitted fast to keep you rolling.
Request help with your insurance needs from new venture startups to well established fleets we have transportation risk specialists that will help you (828) 447-0036.
We offer commercial truck insurance in all cities in North Carolina. Some of the largest cities where we insure are Asheville, Charlotte, Fayettville, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham and Winston-Salem. This doesn’t mean that if you are in a small town with only a couple of traffic lights that you can’t get the same treatment as companies in the largest areas.
Our big rig trucking experts also helps Motor Carriers and trucking companies including large fleets with insurance solutions for their cargo and freight being shipped. So if you have been putting off comparing rates or getting a quote for your startup trucking business go and ahead and request some free advice and help with getting insured now.
Federal regulations require a minimum of $750,000 in liability insurance for a for-hire carrier (with a gross vehicle weight rating of 10,000 pounds or more) that engages in interstate or foreign commerce and transports non-hazardous property.
North Carolina law requires that any commercial motor vehicle owner have financial responsibility for the operation of the motor vehicle in an amount equal to that required for for-hire carriers transporting non-hazardous property in interstate or foreign commerce. The minimum required is $750,000.
Any North Carolina carrier that is intended to transport passengers or goods across state lines or into Canada and meets any of the following requirements must register as an apportioned vehicle with the International Registration Plan:
- Has two axles and a gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds
- Has three or more axles, regardless of weight
- Exceeds a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds (when combined with other vehicles)
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