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Are you looking for tractor-trailer insurance?

We can help you get insurance for tractor-trailers.

Maybe it feels impossible to get tractor-trailer insurance. It can be hard to know where to even start with getting the coverage you need to protect your fleet. It might seem even more difficult might be getting cheap semi truck insurance. But our team of transportation insurance agents can help you save money on your truck insurance. We’ll get you multiple quotes so that you know you’re getting the best coverage at the best possible rate.

What is a tractor trailer?

A tractor-trailer is essentially one tractor and one trailer that are attached with a fifth wheel hitch. They’re typically used to transport large loads over long distances. They’re known by many different names.

Are there any other names for tractor trailers?




Big rig


Dry van

What kind of insurance do I need for a semi-truck?

Every business is different, so every business will need a unique insurance plan to fully protect them from all the risks they face. The following are common coverages that business owners purchase for their tractor-trailers.

Auto Liability

Auto liability insurance can protect your business by covering the costs you’re legally obligated to pay if you cause a wreck and cause someone bodily injury or damage their property. Basically, auto liability can protect your business if you’re in a car accident and hurt someone.

Physical Damage Coverage

Collision coverage: Collision coverage can help you get your truck back on the road ASAP if it’s damaged in an accident or by a collision with another object.

Comprehensive coverage: Comprehensive can help you get your semi repaired if it’s damaged by something other than a car accident. Usually it covers theft, fire, vandalism, and objects falling from the sky (like trees.)


Non-trucking insurance can protect you if you’re driving without a trailer attached to your truck. Bobtail insurance, deadhead insurance, and unladen coverage are all forms of non-trucking insurance.


Cargo coverage can cover the freight or load that you’re hauling against car accidents and disasters like fire or theft, so if something happened to your cargo while you’re on the road, you’d be covered. There are several types of cargo insurance, including earned freight, reefer, and trailer interchange.

Truckers General Liability

Truckers general liability insurance can cover the costs that you’re legally obligated to pay to someone that you injure or someone to whom you cause property damage because of your business’s services.

Pollution/Hazmat coverage

This can help you cover your legal obligations if you cause pollution or environmental damage.

How much does big rig insurance cost?

There are many factors that influence the cost of semi truck insurance. An insurance company will want to examine some of the details of your business before deciding whether or not to insure you and giving you a commercial truck insurance quote. Some of the factors that affect the cost of semi truck insurance are:


Some things that affect the cost of semi insurance are...

Your drivers

Your trucks - Make, model, and year

How many semi trucks you have

What kind of business you are

Your loss records (Accidents, claims, etc.)

If you have speeding tickets

What you transport

Your radius

Get quotes for tractor-trailer insurance.

The only way to really figure out how much semi truck insurance will cost for your business is to get a big rig insurance quote. Our team of agents can help you with your insurance by getting you multiple semi truck insurance quotes. All you have to do to get quotes for tractor trailer insurance is fill out our online quote form or give us a call today. We would be happy to help you with your insurance needs. Our mission is twofold - to make commercial truck insurance easy and to save trucking businesses money on their insurance.