Commercial Auto Insurance
What is Commercial Auto Insurance?
Unlike a commercial auto insurance policy, In Saskatchewan, your license plate and registration provide basic protection for you and your vehicle. The coverage provided by the license plate is a $200,000 liability limit and a $700, $500 or $2,500 physical damage deductible for your vehicle depending on the class of license plate.
Many vehicles are used for business, such as contractor operations or hauling goods and passengers for compensation. It is important to consider purchasing an extension auto policy to provide additional coverage for your vehicle and its operations. What your vehicle is used for, and class of license plate it requires may legally require you to carry increased liability limits, and possibly even cargo insurance. With an auto policy, you can lower your collision and comprehensive deductibles, add Road Hazard glass coverage, wildlife waiver of the deductible, loss of use coverage, increase your liability limit and other valued coverage’s. Availability of all coverage options varies depending on the vehicle’s use.
How Much Does Commercial Auto Insurance Insurance Cost?
Commercial auto insurance prices depend on what type of coverage’s you require, commercial auto operations you are running, what goods your transporting, and many other underlying factors to consider. If you would like to get an accurate quote contact a broker today 1-833-277-9438 or get a commercial quote online here!
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