Getting the right coverage on your cars and trucks is crucial. Know you’re well protected with Acuity’s business auto insurance, because our focus is you.
Auto liability covers the damage to others’ property that your auto may cause, as well as injury to other people. Auto liability protects your assets and future income.
No one plans to hit another car. I guess that's why they call it an accident. If you are involved in an accident, our collision coverage will pay to repair the damage to your vehicle, even if it is your fault. Not only that, we will pay for a tow truck to take your vehicle to a repair shop after the accident.
There is also physical damage coverage for other damage to your vehicle. It is called comprehensive coverage and it really covers a lot. Damage from fire, flood, vandalism, and theft are examples of what would be covered.
If anyone in your car is hurt in an accident, we will pay medical expenses they incur.
Many states require personal injury protection coverage. This coverage pays for medical expenses. In some states, lost income and other expenses may be covered.
Protects you if you're in an accident caused by an uninsured driver or a driver who doesn't have enough insurance. We pay for expenses and lost wages.
Other things you might be interested in.
Acuity has a number of brochures that explain our policies, coverage options, and services in additional detail.
Acuity offers an extensive library of loss control resources to help keep your employees and company operating safely
Does insurance lingo sometimes leave you guessing? Check out our glossary!
Have questions? We have answers.
Yes, Acuity loves truckers and motor carriers. Our in-house trucking expert helps us understand truckers' needs, but also writes blogs, newsletters, and other material to help you with all aspects of your trucking business!
Yes, we make all required filings quickly to get or keep you on the road.
Yes, as long as the vehicles is identified as one that employees are allowed to use during off-business hours.
Many personal auto policies exclude coverage for business use; however, there are options to add a personal vehicle to a business policy. Make sure your agent knows of your business use, and he or she will be able to advise you on the right direction to take.