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Commercial Trucking

All trucking operations need to be insured properly with Commercial General Liability, Cargo and Commercial Auto coverage. This insurance is not only important to protect yourself, but is often legally required.

Regardless of whether you are a small business operating in Saskatchewan only or whether you are a large business that operates in other provinces and the U.S. you need to talk to us about protecting your business in the case of a loss or legal action.

Our commercial auto brokers will help you find coverage for your:
  • Equipment
  • Operations
  • Loads
Rates will vary according to the usage and the distance that you are hauling - our brokers are very experienced in large and small trucking operations and will advise you in the kind of coverage’s that you will require. Please call us with your inquiries.

Leased operators have specific needs. Many will purchase a "Buy Down" coverage that reduces the deductible that their company's master policy gives them. It also gives them the options for:
  • Lower All Perils Deductible
  • Wildlife Waiver
  • Glass Coverage
  • Loss of Use
  • Cargo Deductible Buy Down coverage
We will secure the best coverage at the best price and we will provide daily service to maintain the needs of large trucking firms that are adding drivers and additional units on an ongoing basis.

Contact our office today.

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