Commercial Auto Insurance

Commercial Auto Insurance is necessary to help keep your automobile fleet on the road and out of the repair shop so your business can keep moving forward.

Commercial auto insurance protects business entities against liability exposures that arise from ownership, operation, and vehicle maintenance. This is important because the ability to transport people and goods safely and legally is critical to the continuity and success of your business.

Commercial auto insurance policies are not all the same

Commercial auto insurance requires flexibility; No two businesses and their vehicle needs are alike. Fleets of vehicles come in all shapes and sizes, so whether your vehicles are used extensively or minimally, Southpoint can tailor an auto insurance solution to fit your needs.

Commercial vehicle types vary as well as their status as being owned, leased, or rented. These are characteristics that factor into determining the appropriate type and level of commercial auto insurance that you require. Flexibility is key and Southpoint will shape a plan suited to your specific needs.

Let a Southpoint professional evaluate your fleet insurance needs

At Southpoint, we pride our service on a thorough pre-underwriting process. We’ll analyze your needs, assess risk exposures, define objectives, set priorities, and we use that information to pair you with an insurance provider that will deliver the best commercial vehicle protection.

As an independent insurance broker, Southpoint gives you choices. By working with a number of quality insurance companies, we provide our clients with great service, options that fit your business and competitive rates to protect your vehicles. We are dedicated to finding the right coverage at the right price along with the continuous service of ongoing evaluations of your business’ risk protection needs.

Commercial Auto Insurance Coverage:

  • Business Auto Insurance
  • Truck Insurance
  • Pickup Truck Insurance
  • Van Insurance
  • Tow Truck Insurance
  • Dump Truck Insurance
  • Collision Coverage
  • Employee Coverage
  • Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist
  • Medical Payments