Trailer Interchange Insurance
Trailer interchange insurance is basically trailer and cargo insurance for trucking companies that exercise trailer interchange agreements.
Oftentimes, different trucking companies will finish hauls for each other for a fee in order to save on fuel costs or avoid other geographical logistics. When this occurs, it is known as a trailer interchange and is usually documented with a contract.
Every good commercial truck insurance policy protects the truck, the trailer and the cargo being hauled. But most trailer and cargo insurance doesn’t cover trailers or cargo that’s not owned or contracted to the policyholder.
Trailer interchange insurance covers the truck driver or motor carrier in case of damages or accidents that occur while hauling another trucking company’s goods.
Any independent trucker or trucking company that utilizes trailer interchange agreements will need a good trailer interchange policy as a part of their commercial truck insurance.
Royalty Truck Insurance can provide trailer interchange insurance, as well as almost any type of specialty trailer or cargo insurance.
If you need help deciding which commercial trucking insurance services will work for you best, call us at 866-989-8998 or just use our contact form for online truck insurance quotes. An agent will contact you within one business day to discuss your commercial trucking insurance needs.
Royalty Truck Insurance is partnered with over 25 insurance providers that can help us get you some of the most affordable commercial trucking insurance rates in the business. We’re also licensed to provide commercial truck insurance in almost all of the continental United States.
Contact one of our specialists to get a free commercial truck insurance quote and a free consultation as to what commercial truck insurance services will provide your business with the best coverage.
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