Business Auto Insurance

Reliable coverage and dependable service

Almost every business faces significant risk from the use of vehicles, such as employees with company cars, delivery trucks or employees using their own vehicles on the company's behalf. The good news here is that this risk can be properly managed and insured. DCI possesses the technical "know how" and attention to detail required to craft the right insurance protection for your business, whether you have a fleet of 100 units or a single vehicle. We also maintain strategies unique to DCI Insurance and Risk Services to help contain costs for this important insurance protection.

Business Auto Insurance - Download Fillable Application

The Business Auto policy is a general purpose policy used to write automobile insurance for most types of business vehicle risks. It is used to ensure company cars, vans, trucks and other vehicles for many types of businesses, including those that own and supply company cars to employees, those that use vans and trucks to haul their own goods, those that transport passengers, and those that lease vehicles to others.

Businesses may have automobile exposures arising out of owned, leased, rented, or borrowed vehicles. The basic business auto policy only provides coverage for autos which were specifically scheduled on the policy, but coverage for hired cars and non-owned autos could be added by endorsements.

Hired/Non-Owned Auto Insurance - Supplemental Application - Download Form

Hired autos includes all autos the insured leases, hires, rents, or borrows, but not autos owned by employees or members of their households. Non-owned autos include all autos the insured does not own, lease, hire, or borrow which are used in connection with the business, including autos owned by employees or members of their households while being used in your business.

*NOTE: Complete, print, sign, date & fax the Downloadable Application Form
Place a quote by using our Downloadable Application Forms. These forms are available in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). If you do not have the free software Adobe Acrobat Reader, click here or on the logo and follow the steps.

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