The High-Risk Industry Requires The Right Protection
Alternatives Insurance of Chesterfield is a leader in providing all-inclusive programs for Trucking Insurance in Chesterfield Missouri. Our licensed agents have more than 60 years combined experience with automobile liability, general liability, physical damage, garage liability, motor truck cargo, and workers compensation insurance. We know without the right protection, there can be serious repercussions.
Whether you drive tractor trailers, box trucks, or flatbeds, and you depend on your truck for your business, Alternatives Insurance of Chesterfield can help you protect your source of revenue, with coverages designed for professional truck drivers. We offer truck insurance for most types of trucks, including Box trucks, Semi trucks, Flatbed trucks, Front loaders, Tank trucks, Tractors, Dump trucks, Auto hauler trailers, Garbage trucks, Pickup trucks, Flatbed trailers, and more.
Our agents are dedicated to providing specialized insurance solutions and services that are backed by decades of transportation experience. We conduct a comprehensive review of your insurance needs to create a customized insurance package that protects the owner-operator and the trucking company. Looking at the big picture, and depending on your type of trucking business, our agents will tailor insurance packages that may include commercial auto liability and physical damage, general liability, workers’ compensation, mover and warehouse equipment, business personal property and crime.
To get the best value, there are actions you can take to prove to the insurance companies you are a responsible driver and/or business owner. Meticulous record keeping will not only help the business owner stay organized, but will give you the upper hand when searching for the best insurance rates.
As a business owner, you want to be sure to get the best value for your money. Trucking Insurance in Chesterfield Missouri is affordable because trucking insurance companies offer special savings based on reduced risk factors. Best practices for a trucking company should include maintaining a list of vehicle types, vehicle uses, recording the mileage of each vehicle and the distance each vehicle travels each year. We also recommend our clients review employees’ driving records and consider training for any drivers who have had safety incidents, traffic infractions or accidents.
Whether you are an owner-operator or manage a full fleet, give us a call for a free consultation on your trucking business. (636) 449-1213
More information about a driver’s responsibility can be found at the Missouri Department of Transportation’s website. Click here for the Missouri Trucking Guide.