Truck Insurance for New Ventures

Truck Insurance for a New Venture

Dependable Policy Options for New Ventures

If you’ve decided to start your own trucking company as an owner-operator, congratulations! FTR Transportation Intelligence estimates that 2021 will see a six percent increase in trucking freight, and with the right approach, team, and partnerships, you can expect to be a part of that growth.

The Insurance Store understands that finances can be tight when starting a new trucking venture. That’s where our unique approach to providing customized insurance policy options specifically for your market and scale can help keep you, your drivers, and your company safe.

  • Truck Liability

    Liability coverage required by law for all trucks on the road.

  • Physical Damage

    Offers coverage should your truck get damaged in an accident.

  • Motor Truck Cargo

    To cover the items being transported by your truck.

Additional Benefits for New Venture Clients

Our partnerships with leading insurance companies and national market access allow The Insurance Store to offer our new venture customers a variety of additional benefits, including the following:

  • Savings of up to 25% on individual insurance policies
  • 6 months CDL or new DOT - No problem!
  • Dependable coverage throughout the United States
  • Combined deductibles and additional insureds at no additional cost
  • Access to the TIS 24/7 App, providing immediate access to certificates of insurance
  • Discounts on fuel and tires
  • Dependable and experienced customer and claims service

Request a Quote for your New Trucking Authority Today

Starting a new venture can be stressful. Let The Insurance Store handle your insurance policy needs with our fully customizable policy options. As an insurance company built for truckers, our team of experts knows the industry and can help you get exactly what you’re looking for in your new venture. Contact us today at 800-354-8535 or contact us to learn more about the options we provide for newly established trucking authorities.