Specialized Fleet Insurance
At Acuity, we understand the unique insurance needs of your trucking business. From tractor-trailers to vans and owner-operators to fleets, Acuity has the coverages you need to protect your business. We’ve developed our expertise by insuring motor carriers for over 40 years!
If you’re an owner-operator and use your tractor without a trailer or with an empty trailer, this coverage may be valuable to you. When you aren’t driving for your company, make sure you’re covered.
When you’re pulling a trailer that isn’t yours, but is your responsibility by contract, this coverage will make sure any damage to that trailer is covered.
Our truckers’ enhancements provide over 20 coverages designed with truckers in mind, including a combined truck/trailer/cargo deductible, loan/lease gap coverage, rental reimbursement and tow coverage following a loss, and much more.
Acuity will make the necessary federal and state filings your trucking operation needs. Whether it is a financial proof of responsibility or a cargo filing, Acuity knows these filings are critical to your business and will handle them when you need them.
We offer a variety of coverage options that can be tailored to suit your unique cargo needs.
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Acuity has a number of brochures that explain our policies, coverage options, and services in additional detail.
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Our standard coverages will meet most of your needs. Optional coverages tailor your policy to your unique business. Work with your agent to see what optional coverages are right for you.
If your insured vehicle is involved in a loss, that often means you lose the income that vehicle would have earned. Business income coverage protects your business by replacing the lost operating income during the period your vehicle or equipment is being repaired or replaced.
Most states require employers to have this coverage. If an employee gets hurt on the job, workers’ compensation pays for medical costs so you don't have to. It also pays for lost wages if the injury causes missed time from work. Work comp also comes with employment liability coverage, which pays your defense costs if an employee claims the injury was caused by unsafe working conditions.