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Sand and Gravel Hauler Insurance

Dirt, sand and gravel insurance is specialty cargo insurance that covers aggregate haulers and dump truck drivers in the event their cargo is lost to error, accidents, disaster, vandalism or theft. You may have heard the term aggregate haulers to describe dump truck drivers who pull dirt sand and gravel. Aggregate is simply a term used to describe the mix of sedimentary particles that are widely utilized in construction projects. This crushed rock mixture is used in things like asphalt, concrete and other building materials that construction workers incorporate daily into a variety of applications. Because of the specialty trailers affixed to dump trucks and unique ways they are used to load and unload cargo, dump truck insurance is its own special entity. In the same manner, dump truck drivers rarely use general freight insurance to cover their cargo.

California truck insurance offers specialty dump truck insurance and dirt, sand and gravel insurance to cover these specialty vehicles whether they’re used in construction applications or any of their other capacities. California Truck Insurance offers dump truck and sand & gravel insurance services geared toward leased or contracted dump truck drivers as well as those operating dump trucks under their own authority.

We offer a wide variety of specialized commercial truck insurance services and contact California Truck Insurance agents today. We’ll provide a free consultation on which of these policies may work for you best and a free commercial truck insurance quote geared around your business.

 

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