General Liability Insurance for Trucks
Overview of Commercial General Liability Insurance
The in-question policy provides all-encompassing protection against third-party liabilities that go beyond motor insurance. Its coverage includes a broad range of risks, such as bodily harm or property damage that might occur on your property, in connection with the use of your goods or services, or as a result of contractual violations. Additional options like professional liability coverage, subterranean coverage, pollution and environmental coverage, and garage coverage can be added to this insurance to make it more relevant to your company's needs.
Concerns About Additional Coverage
For typical transportation industry operations, fundamental insurance typically provides adequate protection. If your company has fuel tanks on the property, it's a smart idea to acquire truck pollution coverage. Freight forwarders or customs house operations could be approved for a certain kind of professional liability insurance.
To make sure that your operations are sufficiently protected, you should talk with your insurance broker about the key policy provisions in this document.
Limits on General Liability Insurance
The policy offers a range of limits, varying from $300,000 to $2 million. However, the most frequently chosen limit is $1 million per incident, with a policy aggregate of $2 million. If your specific requirements demand higher limits, they can be accommodated accordingly.
they can be accommodated accordingly. If you have any queries regarding general liability truck insurance or if you would like to receive a quote, please visit our dedicated truck insurance quotation page to get in touch with one of our agents.