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Insurance for California commercial drivers who are high risk can be very costly. There are people who have had the misfortune of many speeding tickets, multiple accidents or FMCSA violations and or “out of service” problems.
If you have had a California DUI, you are automatically considered a high risk truck insurance customer. This holds true even with a pretty clean record otherwise. You can get a safe driver status over time, but a conviction of DUI can last up to a decade or more and this depends on the state you live in. Sometimes it stays a with you longer than that.
Common California High Risk Commercial Truck Insurance coverages.
Primary Liability: Mandated truck insurance coverage which protects from injury or damage to others as a result of a truck accident.
Physical Damage: Protection covering the repair or replacement of the truck or trailer.
Motor Truck Cargo: Protection for the transporter for his responsibility in the event of damaged or lost freight.
Trailer Interchange: Coverage for the legal liability of truckers for damage or loss to non-owned trailers and equipment which insured’s possess under a written trailer interchange agreement.
Non-Trucking Liability: Provides limited liability truck insurance for owner operators who are leased permanently to an ICC regulated carrier.
ICC Authority: Interstate Operating Authority is permission that is granted by the federal government to transport freight that regulated across state lines.
California registered vehicles eligible.
•Cement and pump trucks
•Refrigerated box trucks
•Stake body trucks
•Express delivery truck
•Pickup trucks with standard or commercial beds
•Truck Tractors/ Semi’s and trailers
•Auto hauler trailers
•Bottom dump trailers
•Bulk commodity trailers
•Dry freight trailers
•Dump body trailers
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