Business Owners Help With Commercial Auto Insurance

We help trucking, public livery, emergency medical transport companies and other high exposure business types find Commercial Auto Insurance.

Commercial Auto Insurance State CAIP Certified Producer Assistance.

 

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State Commercial Automobile Insurance Plans (CAIP’S) are currently found in 43 states and the District of Columbia, and are/was/is created or supported by the state and governed one or more boards representing insurance agents, the insurance commissioner office as well as commercial insurance companies licensed in the state.

When business owners are unable to obtain commercial auto insurance for their business in the normal or preferred marketplace, they submit an application to the assigned risk CAIP producers to help them find coverage.

High exposure and risky gasoline haulers will find ample liability coverage in our Commercial Auto Insurance Plans.

STATE CAIP’S Assigned risk policies, if available usually are much more restricted in the coverage they offer and have lower limits than preferred or voluntary market policies. In addition, the total overall cost for assigned risk CAIP policies usually are significantly higher, although not always and sometimes is the only way to stay in business while insuring high-risk drivers.

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Other options may exist that one of our Certified Commercial Auto Insurance Producers may have available which will be explained by a licensed agent.

 

If you need to find commercial insurance near you that is not a high risk (more affordable) click to visit commercialinsurancenearme.com.

Reinsurance Pools:

There are two basic types of reinsurance pools. In the first, an individual member company underwrites the risks and issues the policy to the policyholder. The member then automatically reinsures the risk with the pool in accordance with the pooling agreement.

In the second type, the pool functions as a general reinsurer, underwriting reinsurance policies for primary companies regardless of whether they are members of the pool.

Examples of reinsurance pools include the Registered Mail Insurance Association, which covers currency, securities and other valuables transported by registered and first-class mail, and shippers of property transported by armored cars; and the Excess Bond Reinsurance Association, which offers fidelity coverage (protection against employee fraud) to commercial banks.

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