JAISIN Insurance Solutions has the Best Cargo Insurance for Auto Haulers Business in Florida
Best Coverage, Lowest Price
Jason A. Bishara
“Our name, JAISIN Insurance Solutions, says it all. Our key differentiatior is not how many plans we sell. It’s how many risk management challenges we solve for our clients.”
The single largest expense for businesses that transport and move cars is auto haulers insurance. That’s because it takes several different types of coverage to protect your drivers, vehicles and cargo from the risks of the road. At JAISIN Insurance Solutions, we develop customized commercial insurance plans for small to mid-size auto haulers in Florida*.
INSURANCE PACKAGES DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Since no two auto hauler businesses are alike, cargo insurance rates and coverage depend on several different factors, including types of vehicles being transported (new, used, scrap), driver track records, trucks, location/hauling radius and loss history. Although our core client base is small to mid-size companies, our insight and years of experience with commercial cargo insurance plans translate to large transporters as well.
Cargo Insurance FAQ
Get answers to common cargo insurance questions
What is cargo insurance?
If your business regularly ships cargo or freight, you will want to have some level of cargo insurance coverage. While your carrier may already have carrier liability insurance, it will not cover your cargo if it is stolen, lost, or damaged in transit. This is where cargo insurance comes in.
How much is cargo insurance?
Depending on your loss history, what type of goods you are shipping, and how much cargo coverage you need, your premium can average from $400 to $1,800 annually. Most cargo insurance carriers will calculate your premium based on the value of the goods you are shipping.
Is cargo insurance required?
There is no legal requirement to have cargo insurance. However, most carrier liability policies held by the carriers or freight forwarders only cover up to $500 per unit, which may not fully cover your cargo. Cargo insurance picks up the slack and protects your business.