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You clocked in, prepared your vehicle and are ready for a full day's work out on the field. As you are driving to your location a car cuts in front of you, forcing you to slam into their backend. Now what?

If you or your business has commercial auto insurance, you're protected. Whether you have your own business or work for a company, commercial vehicle insurance is necessary for situations like these. The road is unexpected territory and no matter how safe of a driver you are, you cannot always be prepared for the unexpected.

Transporters, haulers, contractors and construction drivers need to be covered with commercial insurance. As a business owner, not having the proper commercial insurance can mean a heavy reimbursement for accidents and fines. Something as simple as a pizza delivery driver needs to be protected from an accident or violation. Businesses can easily be shut down if an accident occurs and the driver is not covered.

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In order to receive commercial auto insurance, you will need each of your driver's Social Security Number, driver's license and other basic information. Your general business information such as the business name, type of business, address and contact is also required. With simple information like this required, there is no reason not to contact Kipper Insurance for a quote. 

Call now (760)471-2200 or fill out a commercial vehicle insurance form today!
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