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We are a multi-state agency specializing in transportation insurance, including Tractor Trailers, Straight Trucks, Box Trucks, Public Livery, NEMT fleet packages and almost all contractor vehicle types. Everyday day customers ask us “how much does it cost to insure a box truck?” Well, that answer is not as easy as it seems because each company is unique and has different drivers with varying experience. We do our very best to put together the best box truck insurance policy at the cheapest price from the best straight truck insurance companies, including fleets.
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All carriers must provide a list of currently employed drivers. This list is used to assess applicability of various regulations, and should include: each driver’s first and last name, date of birth, date of hire, license number, and license State.
All commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers must be appropriately licensed to drive the specific type of vehicles they operate. Appropriate licenses are either an Operator’s License issued by one State or jurisdiction, a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) (with proper endorsements as necessary). In order to obtain any of these licenses, drivers must have passed a knowledge and skills test for the appropriate type of vehicle.
An Operator’s License is required for drivers of CMVs that
Have a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) or gross combination weight rating (GCWR) of 10,000 – 26,000 lbs. (including towing vehicle)
Transport 8 – 15 passengers (including the driver) for compensation (for-hire)
A CDL is required for drivers of CMVs that:
Have a GVWR or GCWR of 26,001 lbs. or more (including towed trailers/vehicles)
Transport 16 or more passengers (including the driver) either for compensation (for-hire) or not for compensation (private)
Drug and Alcohol Program
Motor carriers whose drivers are required to have CDLs must have a drug and alcohol testing program.
Motor carriers operating vehicles requiring a CDL must test drivers and other safety-sensitive employees for illegal substances and alcohol levels at various points of employment:
Before they are hired (pre-employment screening)
After an accident
When there is reasonable suspicion
At return to duty after a controlled substances or alcohol violation
Through a random testing process if the carrier has two or more drivers
If the carrier has two or more drivers, a random testing process must be used.
Motor carriers that do not operate vehicles requiring a CDL.
Motor carriers subject to the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) alcohol and controlled substance testing program
Employers and drivers that include: active duty military personnel; members of the reserves; members of the national guard on active duty (including personnel on full-time national guard duty, part-time national guard training, and national guard military technicians), and active duty U.S. Coast Guard personnel
Farm vehicle drivers when the vehicle is: Controlled and operated by a farmer as a private motor carrier of property
Being used to transport agricultural products or farm machinery and/or supplies to or from a farm
Not being used in the operation of a for-hire carrier
Not carrying placardable HM
Being used within 150 air miles of the farm
Firefighters or other persons who operate commercial motor vehicles that are necessary for the preservation of life or property or the execution of emergency governmental functions, are equipped with audible and visual signals, and are not subject to normal traffic regulations’
Learn more at https://ai.fmcsa.dot.gov/NewEntrant/MC/Overview.aspx
Our mission is to be a commercial insurance agency that customers can trust. We are interested in developing long term relationships with our customers and giving them the information they need to make an informed educated decision about their Straight/Box truck insurance and other related business insurance needs if needed.
Our most popular straight truck insurance states are below – find the best box truck insurance in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. We appreciate each and every customer! Let us help you today (888) 287-3449.
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