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Setting up an independent trucking business is an expensive venture. But, when there is a good return on investment, it is worth every penny spent. You can be your own boss and work at your convenience. The trucking business guarantees great earning potential. Besides, you can choose to become an independent carrier or lease your trucks and services further.
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Irrespective of the trucking vehicles you possess, the federal regulations have made it mandatory for an independent operator to purchase liability insurance with
For trucking companies renting out vehicles to truckers, it is the responsibility of the trucker to arrange for liability insurance coverage. However, the lessee might not have enough coverage in case of excessive liability because of which you will have to bear the costs out of your pocket. Hence, you should also purchase your own coverage independently.
Owner Operator Truck Insurance Cost
There are several factors that affect your trucking insurance policy cost this includes:
- The number of trucks you need to
- Your trucks size, age, model and condition
- The experience and driving-record of anyone who will be operating the vehicle
- Your annual coverage and routes you will cover
- The types of loads you will haul
- The types of coverage options you select
- The amount of your deductible
How much does owner operator insurance cost
Leased Owner Operators – Most owner operator’s under a lease agreement just need Bobtail, Non-Trucking Liability, and Physical Damage. The biggest factor in how much your policy will cost here is the value of your truck and trailer. If you drive an older truck the average cost might be $1,500-$2,000 per year for Bobtail, NTL, and PD. A nice new Peterbilt will be more. We’ll bring you 3 brokers that understand owner-operators to compete for your business. It’s quick and easy to comparison shop and
Owner Operators with Authority – It’s no secret. owner operator truck insurance is not cheap. The average cost for owner-operators’ insurance varies widely. If you have your own authority, a 1 truck owner-operator may pay $8,000/year for their insurance, while another pays $12,500/year. It really does pay to shop around and find the insurance company that is most competitive with your type of trucking operation.
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