Commercial Auto Insurance
Access offers commercial vehicle insurance for a wide variety of businesses and commercial vehicles. Whether you are a small business owner with a one-man fleet, or a firm with bigger equipment needs, we can help protect you with commercial auto insurance.
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Exclusive benefits with commercial auto insurance:
Foreign licenses accepted at reduced rates.
Big discounts for paid in full, prior coverage, general liability, multivehicle, prior business experience, and more.
Multiple coverage and payment options, including recurring card payments.
Flexibility for drivers with "less than perfect" driving records.
Available automatic coverage for eligible new hire employees that drive company vehicles.
Trailer insurance options for a variety of trailer types.
Who is eligible for a commercial vehicle coverage?
While different states have different minimum requirements that you need to check on, you’ll want to consider these coverages:
- Small- to medium-sized businesses with commercial drivers or vehicles used for business purposes, as well as those businesses who employ drivers for transportation of cargo material
- New ventures with up to 20 vehicles
What kinds of vehicles are covered by commercial auto insurance?
Vehicles used in landscaping, contracting, delivery, sales, etc.
Full-size vans, pick-ups and utility trailers, cargo vans, straight trucks, flatbed trucks, and more!
Why choose Access for commercial auto?
Access Auto Insurance and its affiliates were founded in 1975 and have been in business for 40 years. We have a long history of serving local communities, and we currently have 84 retail locations in five states. Access makes it easy to get a commercial vehicle insurance quote. You'll be able to customize your coverage and find a rate that will protect your vehicle and fit your budget. Call 713-773-1680 or visit a local agent today!
These descriptions are meant to assist you in determining your auto insurance needs. These are not complete descriptions and do not constitute an insurance contract or coverage for specific losses. For a complete description, please consult your policy contract or contact your insurance agent.