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Our caring agents write many types of Business Auto insurance especially for new ventures or startups without ever charging you a fee, even on fleet accounts. Cut out expensive broker fees and commissions. Below is a short list of some vehicles types. We make it easy to help you find the right Business Auto coverage’s for a wide variety of auto exposures. We handle new ventures or those with years of experience everyday. Let is help with your next insurance policy.
New venture truck & bus types list of most covered vehicles:
• Amazon Haulers and Delivery Insurance
•Cement and pump trucks
•Refrigerated box trucks
•Stake body trucks
•Express delivery truck
•Pickup trucks with standard or commercial beds
•Truck Tractors/ Semi’s and trailers
•Auto hauler trailers
•Bottom dump trailers
•Bulk commodity trailers
•Dry freight trailers
•Dump body trailers
Unified Registration System Launched for New Applicants
The FMCSA monitors and ensures compliance with regulations governing both safety (all carriers) and commerce (for-hire carriers). Companies may find they are subject to both registration requirements (USDOT Number and MC Number) or either one separately. To determine if you need to apply for a US DOT number, click here.
FMCSA has launched a phased rollout of the Unified Registration System (URS). All new registration applicants must use the new URS Application.
URS combines various forms that carriers, freight forwarders and brokers currently use to register and update their information with the Agency into a single, online registration application.
Only the initial registration by new applicants will be done using the URS online registration application.
For more general information on URS, click here.
The FMCSA monitors and ensures compliance with motor carrier safety (all carriers) and commercial (for-hire, non-exempt carriers) regulations. Companies may find they are subject to registration requirements for both safety (safety registration) and commercial regulation (operating authority registration). Companies subject to the safety requirements are also required to obtain a USDOT Number.
The FMCSA registration process requires that companies define the type of Motor Carrier, Broker, Intermodal Equipment Provider (IEP), Cargo Tank Facility, Shipper and/or Freight Forwarder business operation they plan to establish. The Agency administers the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR) and Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) that govern interstate – and some intrastate – commercial trucking and bus industries.
This determination is based on self-classification of a company’s planned business operation using criteria such as cargo, operation, and company type. Online resources designed to help streamline the application process are also briefly reviewed.
What Are the Steps In The FMCSA Registration Process?
Determine FMCSA registration needs/requirements:
- Complete FMCSA Application Process
Maintain/Update USDOT Number and Operating Authority information
New Startup Business Insurance Policies in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia are underwritten by local and national insurance companies such as Progressive Commercial, Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies, National Indemnity Group of Companies, Canal, Northland and others based on selected coverage area. Coverage and policies are subject to underwriting guidelines, review, and approval. Products and discounts not available to all persons in all states.