The first step in shopping for the best insurance policy for your transportation company is to fully understand the Insurance Requirements For Commercial Trucks in Indiana. We at Urban Insurance have the experience and resources to help you save money while guaranteeing that coverage meets the Insurance Requirements For Commercial Trucks.
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At Urban Insurance, we have been serving the needs of truckers for over 59 years.
Virtually every product that is delivered to any store, office or home was transported, at least in part, by a truck. Commercial trucks travel nearly ten billion miles on Indiana roads each year. The state economy would collapse with out them, but at the same time it is critical to understand that these vehicles effects the safety and traffic patterns of Indiana’s roads. The weight of the tractors and heavy-duty trucks place significant physical demands on our roadways and increase the frequency with-which the roads need repair.
These roads play a major role in Indiana’s economic success, and it is in the best long-term interest for trucking companies, drivers and the state to make sure that these roads are maintained. We at Urban Insurance, want to help Truckers by providing important information regarding the Insurance requirements to be in compliance with the State of Indiana. Please see below.
The Motor Carrier Service (MCS) of the Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) seeks to provide guidance and service to motor-carrier companies, commercial drivers and residents of Indiana through the fair administration of state and federal laws that govern the commercial use of Indiana’s roads.
MCS oversees many areas that affect the commercial transportation industry.
The information below is provided to help commercial-vehicle operators and owners save money by avoiding violations resulting from a lack of compliance.
What are the Insurance Requirements For Commercial Trucks in Indiana?
For-hire carriers transporting non-hazardous property in a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 10,001 lbs. or more = $750,000 CSL.
Private and/or for-hire carriers transporting hazardous material (Red or White label) regardless of weight are required to carry = $1,000,000 to $5,000,000 CSL.
For-hire carriers transporting non-hazardous property in a vehicle with a GVWR of 10,000 lbs. or less are required to carry = $300,000.CSL.
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