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  • Car haulers can move vehicles a few miles in the same town, or thousands of miles intra-state in any of the 48 contiguous U.S. states

  • A trained car hauler must learn how to properly load and secure a vehicle to lower the likelihood of property damage or accidents on the road

  • In general, loading wrecked vehicles takes more training and time, as well as additional equipment for safety

Your car hauling operation needs to have skilled professionals on board, first and foremost. The knowledge and skills you and your employees have will keep the cargo you carry and other drivers on the roads safe. Any time accidents could happen, liabilityquestions should pop up in your mind – and this is another area where insurance can give you peace of mind.

Additionally, because car haulers may travel long distances, they are at risk for accidents like any truck-and-trailer operation. These large vehicles can cause serious property damage and injuries if they are in a wreck, so it’s important that you make sure you’re covered with the proper insurance to protect your business.

What Types of Businesses Need Car Hauler Insurance?

Car haulers are specialized commercial vehicles designed to move multiple cars from one place to another.

Car hauling businesses are often in the following 3 categories:

  • Car manufacturers, shipping vehicles from factories to dealerships

  • A towing company using flatbed trailers to move cars that cannot otherwise be towed

  • An auto repair shop that picks up and delivers vehicles

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