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3 Truck Insurance Agents in Ohio
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Trucking Ins. Coverages
Ohio and the FMCSA have specific insurance requirements for semis. If you have your own authority, some coverages are mandatory, like primary liability. If you are a for-hire owner operator, you may be looking for physical damage truck insurance, bobtail coverage, and non trucking liability. No matter what type of coverage your operation needs, you’ll get quotes from three truck insurance brokers. Click on a coverage below to learn more about it, then fill out our short form to get your quotes.
Ohio Truck Insurance Requirements
Ohio law requires local truckers and new ventures to keep a certain amount of liability insurance. How much you need is determined by the type of freight you haul and where you transport it. If you never cross state lines, you must get a USDOT Number and PUCO # and keep a minimum amount of insurance:
|$300,000||Liability Insurance (Household Goods)|
|$750,000||Liability Insurance (General Freight)|
|$1,000,000||Liability Insurance (Oil Transport)|
|$5,000,000||Liability Insurance (Hazmat)|
|$10,000/vehicle and $10,000/catastrophe||Cargo Insurance (Intrastate household goods movers and interstate contract carriers)|
The insurance requirements for truck drivers who drive out of their state are a little more complicated. You must meet the above, and you must be in compliance with all the semi truck insurance requirements laid out by the federal government. Most federal liability limits are $750,000 or $1,000,000.
Both Ohio and the USDOT require certain filings be submitted by your insurance agent. Your insurance company knows which forms to send, and they’ll do all the filing for you. These forms inform the government that all your DOT truck insurance requirements are fulfilled. They must be submitted before you can receive your authority. Some common forms include:
- Form MCS-96
- Form E
- Form H
- The BMC-97
Specific Insurance for Owner/Operators in Ohio
Whatever type of operation you’re running, we can help. Our agents can find cheap truck insurance for all of the following operation types:
Handy Ohio Trucking Resources
Your Operation is Unique
You might be a local or a long hauler, a new venture or a hotshot. You may be a leased owner operator from Columbus or a fleet manager in Cleveland. Maybe you haul hazardous materials or corn. All that to say, no two trucking companies are alike. Your insurance policies need to be crafted specifically for you.
Since different truck insurance companies prefer different types of risks, it’s a good idea to shop around and find a company that is competitive with writing insurance for your specific situation. The bottom line is that you want cheap truck insurance without sacrificing coverage.
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