18-Wheeler Insurance



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Insurance Built With 18-Wheelers in Mind

Some of the biggest trucks out on the road are 18 wheelers. Since they are able to carry up to 40,000 pounds of cargo in a single trip, it’s no wonder people call them “big rigs” for short. Because they’re designed to haul oversized loads, 18-wheeler drivers are constantly aware of things like road and weather conditions, stopping distances, and turning radiuses in order to keep themselves and their payloads protected.

The Insurance Store understands all that goes into 18-wheeler trucking and can help provide the best possible insurance solutions, tailor-made for your situation.


  • Truck Liability

    Like all trucks on the road, 18-wheelers must carry liability coverage. This cover the costs of the other driver's property and bodily injuries if you are found at fault in an accident.

  • Physical Damage

    This type of coverage helps pay to repair your 18-wheeler should it be involved in an accident.

  • Motor Truck Cargo

    Coverage for the cargo being transported by your 18-wheeler truck.


Big Savings for Big Rigs

With established partnerships among some of the top insurance companies in the nation, The Insurance Store is able to provide additional benefits to 18-wheeler drivers, including the following:

  • Up to 25% in policy savings on your 18-wheeler truck insurance
  • Coverage across the lower 48 states and Canada
  • Immediate access to certificates of insurance using the TIS 24/7 App
  • Additional discounts on fuel, tires, and other essentials
  • Available 24/7 roadside assistance for 18-wheelers
  • Responsive customer service and claims handling

Get an 18-Wheeler Truck Insurance Quote

The Insurance Store understands the important role that 18 wheelers play in keeping our nation’s economy rolling and wants to help keep you safe while out on the road. Contact our team of specialists at 800-354-8535 or submit a request for a quote and learn more about our custom insurance options for drivers today.