Commercial insurance options
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Customizable coverage options for your business vehicles
Commercial insurance options
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Many of Florida’s 2.5 million small businesses need commercial auto insurance to protect against liabilities that arise from a variety of incidents involving their work vehicles. Personal auto policies generally don’t cover vehicles used for business because they’re typically exposed to more liability than personal vehicles.
Over 700,000 small business owners across America trust us to insure their commercial vehicles. Each gets customized coverage to match their unique needs, whether they own a real estate business in Tampa or a landscaping company in Orlando.
Vehicles driven by employees or used for business activities, such as visiting clients or making deliveries, usually need commercial auto insurance. Personal auto insurance typically doesn’t cover vehicles used for work purposes.More Info
Contractors need commercial auto coverage for things like transporting various tools and supplies and traveling between job sites. These are business-related activities that need the additional protection of a commercial policy.More Info
Food trucks and other food service businesses, like restaurants and ice cream vendors, depend on their commercial vehicles. Most food trucks have expensive equipment attached to them that a commercial auto policy can cover.More Info
Any vehicle used to transport people for a fee must be insured by a commercial auto policy. This includes taxis, limousines and non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) vehicles. Some ridesharing vehicles might require commercial coverage.More Info
We’re the #1 truck insurer in the nationΔ, insuring everything from dump trucks to tractor trailers. Our network of truck repair shops and specialty claims services is accessible whether you’re driving locally or outside of Florida.More Info
We offer protection whether you own a wrecker, rollback or roadside repair vehicle. You can add specialty tow coverages like On-hook and Garagekeepers Legal Liability to protect you when a customer’s vehicle is in your possession.More Info
Several factors affect the cost of your Florida commercial auto policy, including your:
Some industries have more risk than others. An electrician who carries tools and equipment to various job sites every day can expect to pay more than an accountant who runs occasional errands.
Your vehicle’s size and use affect your rate. A large carpet cleaning van with an expensive vacuum system will usually have a higher premium than a small delivery van without any attached equipment.
Your commercial insurance carrier will run a motor vehicle report for all drivers with access to your commercial vehicles. Drivers with accidents or violations on their driving record will usually cause your rate to increase. You can expect your insurance company to take the past three years of driving history into account.
It’s common to pay more for commercial auto coverage in a large city like Miami than in a smaller city like Fort Meyers. Keep in mind, locations that experience more claims are usually priced higher than other locations. Areas susceptible to weather-related events, such as hurricanes and floods, are also factors.
The distance you routinely travel can influence your commercial auto rate. A vehicle with a local route within Fort Lauderdale's city limits is considered lower risk than a vehicle with a regional route that covers the entire Florida panhandle.
The amount of coverage you need affects your rate. Policyholders with the Florida state minimum limits of 10/20/10 will pay less than a policyholder needing a liability limits of $1M.
Florida’s state minimum liability limit 10/20/10 is called a split limit. It separates, or “splits,” the dollar amounts payable by your insurer for bodily injury and property damage into three groups. By choosing Florida’s state minimum limits, your policy will pay up to:
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Florida state law requires a minimum of $10,000 in personal injury protection (PIP) to pay for the medical expenses of your drivers and passengers, regardless of who is at fault for an accident. Florida is considered a “no-fault” state, meaning that you can only sue an at-fault driver for injuries once this coverage has been exhausted.
The state’s minimum liability limits are $10,000 per person, $20,000 per accident for bodily injury and $10,000 for property damage (i.e., 10/20/10). In Florida, this is referred to as residual bodily injury and property damage (RBI-PD) because it pays in excess of a third-party’s insurance if you’re at-fault. Property damage liability is required, while residual bodily injury is optional.
You might be required to carry higher limits based on the types of vehicles listed on your policy. It’s best practice to select limits that are right for your business, in addition to what’s required by Florida state law.
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We’re the #1 commercial auto insurer* in the country, insuring over 1.5 million commercial vehicles. Here’s a few of the many reasons small business owners trust us to insure their business autos:
We understand you might need help outside of regular business hours, whether you need to adjust your coverages, request an insurance certificate or pay a bill.
Our in-house adjusters specialize in handling commercial auto claims to help you get back on the road fast after an accident.
Save up to 15% by paying your policy in full,‡ and take advantage of our other commercial discounts † to get the best rate for your Florida policy.
In addition to commercial auto insurance, we can help you find other business coverages, including general liability, professional liability, cyber insurance and more.
We offer Florida commercial auto insurance statewide, including these major cities: