Bulldog Truck Insurance agents can help you find the right trailer insurance policies no matter what kind of commercial trucking business you work in. Trailer insurance is kept separate form truck and cargo insurance because they often change hands. In many situations it’s not the actual trucking company that owns the trailers their trucks haul. As a result, it’s common for customers to require shipping companies to hold trailer insurance coverage up to a certain amount in order to protect their assets while they’re being used under the trucking company’s authority.

Our Agents Can Help You Lower Your Trailer Insurance Costs
Bulldog is licensed to sell trailer insurance in states throughout the U.S. We can help you determine the best trailer insurance policies for your business and keep coverage amounts optimized for the equipment you use to keep your overall policy rates as low as possible.

Trailer Interchange Insurance
Sometimes trailers can even change hands between trucking companies. For any motor carriers or trucking businesses that engage in trailer interchange agreements, we can also provide specific coverage for these instances to protect trailers from damage while they’re being run by other companies. Bulldog has years of experience working with just about every type of driver and business in trucking. Entities that require trailer insurance typically need multiple policies for semi trucks, cargo coverage and oftentimes policies for their business. Revisit your policies today with a Bulldog agent and see how bundling them with your trailer insurance coverage can help you save on annual costs. Just fill out the insurance quote form, fill in all the policy types that interest you and one of our expert agents will do the rest.

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