Historically, a culture of competing interests has often existed between a trucking fleet’s operational side—focused on hauling freight, generating revenue, and satisfying customer demands—and the safety side—focused on initiatives for preventing accidents.
Your auto insurance will help cover the damage to your vehicle. Subject to a deductible, your policy’s collision coverage will provide payment for the damages caused by the other vehicle. If we can find out who the at-fault driver is, we may be able to recover your deductible. In some states, we can cover your deductible with uninsured motorist coverage—even if the at-fault driver remains unknown.
Your Auto insurance will help cover the damage to your vehicle as well as injuries to you or your passenger. Comprehensive (Comp) coverage will help cover the damage done to the vehicle, less your deductible and, depending on your state, Personal Injury Protection (PIP) or Medical Payments coverage will help cover any injuries.