If you're in the snow removal business, you rely on your snow plow insurance to provide protection for both your vehicles and business.
Who needs snow plow insurance?
Snow plow insurance is usually required by law or your snow removal contract. If you earn income by providing snow plowing services to either residential or commercial properties, make sure you're familiar with the local rules and regulations where you work.
Business owners policy
A Business Owners Policy (BOP) could provide various protections for snow plowing businesses including general liability, and loss of income coverage. Find out if your eligible to include BOP - through the Progressive Advantage® Business Program - as a part of your snow plow insurance plan. Check eligibility.
Workers' compensation insurance
Workers' compensation insurance through the Progressive Advantage Business Program could help cover the medical costs and a portion of lost wages for an employee who becomes ill or injured during work. Discover if you're eligible to include workers' compensation coverage to your snow plowing insurance package. Check eligibility.
Snow plow insurance for vehicles
We provide all types of snow plowing vehicle insurance including:
- Tilt Trailer Insurance
- Low-Boy Trailer Insurance
- Gooseneck Trailer Insurance
If your vehicles are stored during the off-season, you'll want to consider keeping only your Comprehensive insurance during that time. This strategy not only protects your vehicles while in storage, but also eliminates gaps in coverage that can lead to higher premiums.
In addition to outstanding commercial vehicle claims services, we also provide flexible payment options and fast online bill payment capabilities.