Arkansas Straight and Box Truck Insurance

Arkansas Straight and Box Truck Insurance

We offer some of the best coverage possible in AR for your small medium and heavy size trucks.

Our Easy Box Truck and Straight Truck Insurance Policies cover a wide range of vehicles for your Arkansas based business.
Our Easy AR Box Truck and AR Straight Truck Insurance Policies cover a wide range of vehicles.

We offer straight truck insurance in every town and city in the state of Arkansas. We appreciate each and every Arkansas customer! Let us help you today (208) 229-8222.

Get an Arkansas straight truck insurance quote started right now and get expert help making sure you have what you need for your operation. If you have information ready for a full quote please use our full quote from.

Straight Truck Insurance quotes for small risks to large national fleets are currently available from our AR brokerage department by using our easy contact form.

We are a multi-state agency specializing in transportation insurance, including Big Rig Tractor Trailers, Straight Trucks and almost all contractor vehicle types.

AR Commercial Auto Insurance Most Requested
AR Straight or Box Truck Insurance
AR Commercial Contractor Vehicle Insurance
AR Personal Auto Insurance with business use
AR Local, intermediate and long distance Trucking Insurance
Snow Plow Insurance
Dump Truck Insurance
Tow Truck Insurance

Other Arkansas Business Insurance Available

AR Business Owners Property Insurance
Business Owners Casualty Insurance
General Liability Insurance
Professional Liability Insurance
Workers’ Compensation Insurance
Business Interruption Insurance
Contractors Insurance (CGL) Paper GC’s
Manufacturers Insurance
NEMT Insurance
Builder’s Risk Insurance
Inland Marine Insurance

In most states, liability coverage is mandatory. All other coverage’s are optional. If your car is leased or financed, you may be required to buy certain coverage limits. Talk through your insurance needs with your independent agent or broker to be certain you have the coverage’s you need.

Collision coverage pays for damages if your vehicle overturns or if it collides with another vehicle or object.
Collision coverage is subject to a deductible amount that you choose. The most frequently selected deductible amount is $500. Select a deductible amount that you are comfortable with – if there is a Collision claim on your policy, this will be the amount you’ll generally be required to pay.

Comprehensive coverage pays for damage caused by an event other than a car collision, such as fire, theft, vandalism, hail or flood. Comprehensive also covers damage from hitting an animal and covers the cost of a rental if your car is stolen. Comprehensive coverage is also subject to a deductible amount – usually the same amount you choose for Collision coverage.

› Liability

Bodily Injury and Property Damage (BI/PD) liability covers your legal liability, up to the limits you select, for damages caused in a covered vehicle accident. If we cover an accident for which you’re sued, we pay for a lawyer to defend you.

You choose your liability limits as either Split Limits or a Combined Single Limit (CSL). Split Limits divide Bodily Injury liability limits per person and per accident. (For example, $100,000/$300,000 means that we will pay for up to $100,000 for Bodily Injury liability per person in a covered crash and up to $300,000 per crash.) For Property Damage, we pay up to the limit you select per accident. CSL combines your liability coverage into one total limit per accident ($300,000).

Personal Injury Protection
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) is available in certain states and is commonly referred to as “no-fault insurance.” PIP covers your medical bills and often lost wages. PIP usually also covers the cost of personal services you must pay someone else to do for you as a result of a car accident.

Medical Payments
Medical Payments coverage applies no matter who is at fault and covers the cost of reasonable and necessary medical care provided to you as a result of a car accident.

Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist
Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage pays for damages that you are legally entitled to recover for your bodily injury. In general, this coverage provides what you would have received from the other person’s insurance company if that person had insurance. This coverage may also protect you if the person who caused the damage does not have enough insurance.

Rental Reimbursement
If you buy Rental Reimbursement coverage, we will reimburse you for rental car charges incurred while your vehicle is being repaired after a covered accident. You can only buy Rental Reimbursement coverage if you buy Collision and Comprehensive.

Roadside Assistance
Roadside Assistance covers labor costs incurred at the place where your vehicle becomes disabled as a result of a mechanical/electrical breakdown, dead battery, flat tire, and/or lock-out. We will also help if you run out of gas or other fluid or become stuck in snow or mud within 100 feet of a road or highway. If necessary, Roadside Assistance will cover towing to the nearest qualified repair facility.

We write AR Straight and Box truck insurance and commercial auto insurance in all counties, towns and cities in Arkansas.

Rank Arkansas Counties By Population
1 Pulaski County 392,967
2 Benton County 265,759
3 Washington County 232,289
4 Sebastian County 127,591
5 Faulkner County 123,624
6 Saline County 119,415
7 Craighead County 107,345
8 Garland County 98,555
9 White County 78,762
10 Lonoke County 72,528
11 Jefferson County 69,282
12 Pope County 63,761
13 Crawford County 62,739
14 Crittenden County 48,672
15 Greene County 44,937
16 Miller County 43,572
17 Mississippi County 42,126
18 Baxter County 41,427
19 Union County 39,449
20 Independence County 37,427
21 Boone County 37,331
22 Hot Spring County 33,597
23 Carroll County 27,965
24 Johnson County 26,372
25 St. Francis County 25,900
26 Cleburne County 25,100
27 Poinsett County 23,896
28 Ouachita County 23,830
29 Columbia County 23,776
30 Clark County 22,386
31 Hempstead County 21,842
32 Logan County 21,668
33 Yell County 21,464
34 Conway County 20,858
35 Ashley County 20,270
36 Polk County 20,094
37 Phillips County 18,606
38 Drew County 18,417
39 Grant County 18,126
40 Arkansas County 17,914
41 Franklin County 17,738
42 Randolph County 17,695
43 Sharp County 17,139
44 Sevier County 17,081
45 Jackson County 17,027
46 Cross County 16,824
47 Van Buren County 16,642
48 Lawrence County 16,549
49 Marion County 16,476
50 Madison County 16,211
51 Clay County 14,889
52 Izard County 13,570
53 Lincoln County 13,455
54 Howard County 13,311
55 Stone County 12,475
56 Little River County 12,347
57 Fulton County 12,231
58 Desha County 11,709
59 Bradley County 10,874
60 Pike County 10,756
61 Chicot County 10,615
62 Scott County 10,376
63 Perry County 10,355
64 Lee County 9,194
65 Montgomery County 8,950
66 Nevada County 8,351
67 Prairie County 8,189
68 Cleveland County 8,128
69 Searcy County 7,908
70 Newton County 7,812
71 Dallas County 7,279
72 Monroe County 7,050
73 Lafayette County 6,800
74 Woodruff County 6,533
75 Calhoun County 5,192

If you need help with Arkansas trucking regulation visit the ARDMV.