Car hauler insurance: 10 things you should know

| February 20, 2019

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If you have car carriers, it’s important to get the right car hauler insurance to protect your business. But it might seem like a very complicated can of worms. To help you out with making heads or tails of auto hauler insurance, we’ve put together a list of 10 things that it’s important to know about. 10 things you should know about insurance for car carriers. 1. Different types of businesses need auto hauler insurance. There are plenty of businesses that need auto hauler insurance. For example: Car dealerships that have car carriers. Businesses that do auto transport and move cars for clients. Businesses that have contracts with multiple car dealerships. Auto body shops that have a car carrier. Each of these business types needs different coverages to protect them from the risks they face. They’ll need tailored insurance for car carriers so they can manage their risks 2. You’ll need different coverages to protect your auto haulers. There are a few important coverages to consider so that you can ensure you’re protected from the numerous risks you face on the road. Each of these coverages protects you from different potential disasters so you can hit the road with peace of mind.

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