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Commerical Truck Insurance

California Truck Insurance also provides quality commercial truck insurance in CA to all of those drivers who operate specialty rigs, requiring coverage such as tow truck insurance or even simple bobtail insurance.

California Truck Insurance also offers special cargo insurance to cover the goods these specialty trucks haul such as car carriers insurance, produce haulers or general freight that covers a slew of other containers. As a full service insurance provider, California Truck Insurance can also offer the best truck insurance rates for cargo, from anything as simple as general freight to hazardous materials hauler insurance for tankers, and moving truck insurance for household goods haulers.

We can even cover full fleets and trucking companies with primary liability, general freight and worker’s compensation insurance policies to protect your staff of drivers and other motorists on the road. We deliver the best commercial truck insurance in California and customer services such as same day certificates, same day filings and registration paperwork always come free. When it comes time to make a claim, we offer the best in loss prevention services and deliver all of your claims in writing for the most expedient processing possible.

Nothing is too big or small for California Truck Insurance— contact us today to speak to one of our helpful and friendly agents that can provide you with free commercial truck insurance quotes and free consultation to make sure you’re getting the best all-inclusive truck insurance policy for your business.

 

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