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Towing businesses

A tow truck business earns income by towing disabled vehicles. If that’s what you do, you should carry customized tow truck insurance. Examples of businesses that might need commercial tow truck insurance include:

Roadside service providers
Auto club contractors
Rotational towing
Auto body shops
Auto mechanical repair
Full service stations
Auto salvage and auction haulers
With so much riding on your tow truck, it’s vital that you have coverage adjusted specifically for your needs.

Towing and storage protection
Towing insurance can cover more than your typical wrecker or rollback truck. Tow truck companies often carry the following:

Garagekeepers Legal Liability insurance – Protects your customers’ vehicles when they’re parked on your property.
On-Hook Towing insurance – Protects your customers’ vehicles while you’re towing them.
Tow General Liability insurance – Pays if you’re legally liable for bodily injury, property damage or personal injury that isn’t directly related to your covered vehicles.
Tow truck insurance coverages
Various towing insurance coverages that you’ll want to consider for your commercial vehicles include:

Liability insurance — This pays for injury that you cause to other people and damage to their property. It includes two coverages:

Bodily Injury Liability Insurance
Property Damage Liability Coverage
Medical Payments Insurance — Pays for medical bills for you and the passengers in your vehicle in case they’re hurt in an accident or auto-related injury.

Physical Damage Coverage — Pays for repairs to your vehicle caused by an accident like a collision with another vehicle or a falling tree branch. This towing insurance consists of three coverages:

Collision Insurance
Comprehensive Insurance
Fire and Theft with CAC Insurance
Uninsured Motorist Insurance — Pays for injury to you and your passengers caused by drivers who don’t have insurance or adequate coverage. It also protects you in case of a hit-and-run. Uninsured motorist insurance for commercial tow trucks can include:

Uninsured Motorist Insurance
Underinsured Motorist Insurance
Uninsured Motorist Property Damage Insurance, where available
How much is tow truck insurance?
In 2017, the national average monthly cost for tow truck insurance through Progressive was $402. While this is good to know, it doesn’t necessarily reflect your specific situation.

There are many rating factors that influence your cost including your location, type of towing, and driving history. For example, our data represents new annual policies with both primary liability and physical damage coverages and a clean driving record for all drivers. You can expect your cost to vary depending on your needs.

Whether you’re seeking cheap tow insurance or you need specialized coverage, our licensed professionals can give you a customized quote that fits your particular situation.

Be sure to take advantage of our various discounts†, and let us prove we’re the right tow truck insurance company for you and your business.

†Discounts vary and may not be available in all states and situations.

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