For trucking businesses looking to invest in trucking insurance, it is easy to get confused by the different coverage options out there. For instance, there are many differences between non-trucking liability insurance and bobtail insurance, so investing in both can provide a more effective safety net for your company.
With all the hazards in the trucking industry, it is better to be safe than sorry in terms of insurance coverage. Combined additional coverage or CAC or refers to physical damage coverage outside of truck collisions with another vehicle or object. Many trucking businesses choose to invest in fire and theft with combined additional coverage insurance.
Although it isn’t a legal requirement for trucking companies, fire and theft with combined additional coverage can help pay for the cost of truck repair or replacement in certain scenarios, outside of collisions on the road. Depending on your coverage limits, this can include:
Companies that own larger trucks could benefit from fire and theft with CAC coverage in addition to physical damage insurance that covers the cost of repairs due to a collision. However, many companies require you to have collision insurance or liability insurance to purchase fire and theft with CAC insurance as an add-on.
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Arthur Williamson graduated with a degree in Business and Management at the University of California, Berkeley. He is knowledgeable about what small and big businesses require to keep operations moving.