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Building Materials Hauler Insurance

Building materials haulers insurance is a special type of cargo insurance that covers all the goods specialty trucks haul to construction sites. Construction applications make use of a huge variety of different specialty trucks. commercial truck insurance in California will cover vehicles like paving trucks and cement mixers that perform construction operations, while building materials insurance covers the cargo these trucks haul and deliver to the job site. Specialty building materials insurance can cover a wide variety of items, many of which are highly perishable or at least susceptible to damage while in transit. Drywall, for example, is brittle and can flake away when jolted or scraped. Wood can chip as well and is also susceptible to warping in humid or moist conditions.

Building materials haulers insurance oftentimes goes hand in hand with specialty commercial truck insurance. Wood, for example, is often transported in large oversized flatbeds. Aggregates used for asphalt and concrete need to be protected by specialized dump truck insurance. Whatever your construction vehicle or cargo, California Truck Insurance has commercial truck insurance policies that can cover your independently contracted truck or entire fleet.

Contact California Truck Insurance for a free consultation of what kind of building materials insurance will work best for your cargo and get a free commercial truck insurance quote form one of our friendly expert agents. Remember with California Truck Insurance, you can always expect the lowest truck insurance rates.

 

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