Arkansas Truck Insurance Markets

Arkansas has many profitable trucking companies and we insure many with our Arkansas Truck Insurance.

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Common Arkansas Commercial Truck Insurance Markets coverage’s.

Arkansas Primary Liability: Mandated truck insurance coverage which protects from injury or damage to others as a result of a truck accident.

Physical Damage: Protection covering the repair or replacement of the truck or trailer.

Motor Truck Cargo: Protection for the transporter for his responsibility in the event of damaged or lost freight.

Trailer Interchange: Coverage for the legal liability of truckers for damage or loss to non-owned trailers and equipment which insured’s possess under a written trailer interchange agreement.

Arkansas Bobtail, Deadhead and Non-Trucking Liability (NTL): Provides limited liability truck insurance for owner operators who are leased permanently to an ICC regulated carrier.

ICC Authority: Interstate Operating Authority is permission that is granted by the federal government to transport freight that regulated across state lines.

Arkansas Commercial Truck Insurance types that we insure daily:

•Arkansas Light Trucks – Trucks with a Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of 10,000 pounds
or less
• Arkansas Medium Truck – GVW between 10,001 – 20,000 pounds
• Arkansas Heavy Truck – GVW between 20,001 – 45,000 pounds
• Arkansas Extra Heavy Truck – GVW 45,000 pounds or more
• Arkansas Truck Tractor – A motor vehicle for carrying commodities or material and
equipped with a fifth wheel coupling device for semi trailers.
• Heavy Truck Tractors – GVW 45,000 pounds or less
• Extra Heavy Truck Tractor – GVW 45,001or more
• Semi Trailer – A trailer equipped with a fifty wheel coupling device for use
with a truck tractor, with load capacity of over 2,000
• Trailer – Any type trailer other than semi trailer with load limit over 2,000
pounds

Below are the Arkansas based risks we insure based on what they do with the vehicle/s.

– Ar  Fuel Oil Haulers Gasoline, Diesel & Airplane Fuel Haulers Ag Haulers (including livestock) – LPG, Butane & Propane Haulers Bulk or Bottled Dumping Operations – Contractors – Tow Trucks (repo not online) – Cement Mixers – Concrete Pumper Trucks – Couriers – Custom Harvesters – Farm to Market Trucking – Farmers – Food Delivery – Grain Haulers – House Movers – Lawn & Tree Service – Logging – Mobile Concessions – Mobile Equipment – Mobile Home Toters – Moving Operations (no ICC filings) – Pulpwood Haulers – Salvage Haulers – Specialized Delivery – Snow Plows – Truckers Contingent Liability (Bobtail or Deadhead) – Waste Oil Haulers – Wholesalers; Manufacturers and many others.

A commercial automobile or truck insurance policy is required under most circumstances when the vehicle is used for business purposes and meets certain other requirements. It is not just the registration that determines the requirement for a business automobile insurance policy. Other requirements are ownership by a corporation, use in hauling goods for hire, and gross vehicle weight of the vehicle. Some small trucks can be owned and insured under a personal automobile insurance policy under specific circumstances.

POTENTIAL ARKANSAS COVERAGES AVAILABLE
– Primary Liability *
– Identity fraud expense reimbursement
– Family emergency travel
– Additional insured capability – no charge
– Trailer interchange

– Motor Truck Cargo *
Two great cargo coverage forms designed to meet specific needs of trucking operations, the Premier Cargo coverage form and the Custom Cargo coverage form:
– Broad coverage language
– Hired car cargo
– Customized trip endorsements
– Up to $1 million catastrophe limit

– Physical Damage *
– Deluxe coverage form
– Aggregate deductible
– Diminishing deductible
– Personal effects coverage
– Downtime loss
– Rental reimbursement
– Coverage designed for owner / operators leased to fleets
– Free towing
– Electronic equipment coverage
– Financed value coverage
– Identity fraud expense reimbursement
– Windshield repair
– Deductible reimbursement coverage
– Combined deductible coverage
– Non-owned trailer while attached
– Hired car physical damage coverage, aka “bailee” coverage
– Rental reimbursement
– Tarps, chains and binders

– Truckers General Liability
– Employee benefits liability coverage
– Included products / completed operations

– Bobtail/Deadhead
– Local- Intermediate- Long Haul
– Owner Operators

Visit the Arkansas DMV to learn more about operating a transportation business in the state