RIS Insurance Services focuses on the truck insurance industry. Because we focus on your business, we offer more options and better coverage than other insurance agencies. Trust RIS Insurance Services with your truck business.
Types of Trucks we Insure
We insure all types of trucks in all states across the country (excluding AK and HI).
The types of trucks we insure are:
- Pickup Trucks
- Tow Trucks
- Box Trucks
- Dump Trucks
- Flatbed Trucks
- Cargo Vans
Some additional types of commercial vehicles that RIS Insurance Services can insure are:
- Agricultural Trucks
- Bucket Trucks
- Car Haulers
- Catering Trucks
- Cement Mixing Trucks
- Delivery Vans
- Front Loaders
- Garbage Trucks
- Ice Cream Trucks
- Food Trucks
- Refrigerated Trucks
- Street Sweepers
- Tank Trucks & More!
Because RIS Insurance Services specializes in truck insurance, we can provide specialized insurance coverages for your truck business. Some of those coverages include:
- Owner Operator Insurance
- Bobtail (NTU)
- Cargo Coverage
- Occupational Accident
- Physical Damage
- Downtime Coverage
- Mechanical Breakdown
- Rental Reimbursement and more!
If you want unparalleled customer support and knowledge about truck insurance, call a RIS Insurance Services agent today to discuss you needs! We can be reached at 800-526-6565.
Frequently Asked Questions about Commercial Truck Insurance
What companies write commercial truck insurance?
Several top insurance companies offer commercial truck insurance with the largest being Progressive Insurance. To find the company that fits your trucking insurance needs, be sure to request a quote and discuss your coverage options with an agent.
What types of insurance do truck companies need?
Truck insurance companies need a variety of coverages. Some may include: Comprehensive and collision coverage, cargo coverage, general liability, non-trucking liability, trailer interchange, and more.
What impacts a trucker’s insurance premiums?
The biggest factor impacting a truck insurance premium is loss history and driving records. If you have a driver with speeding tickets or accidents, it is likely your premium will be significantly higher.