Hot Shot Insurance
The main feature of hot shot trucking is that whatever part or equipment is being moved has to be picked up usually within 1 hour of the call out and delivered within a very tight delivery time window, usually meaning “get it there yesterday.” If it’s a hotshot load, it’s usually an emergency.
At the minimum, hot shot truckers should seek bodily injury and property damage insurance. The requirement for cargo insurance was eliminated in 2012, but in practice most manufacturers, agricultural producers, warehouses and other potential clients will require that you have $100,000 of cargo insurance before they will consider enlisting your services. Additional coverages may include business liability, self-employment and medical insurance. As a leading provider of specialty trucking insurance, we have the expertise and capacity to design a well-tailored hot shot insurance program for trucking expediters.
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