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Here at Tow Truck Insurance Rates, we’ve got a mission: make tow truck insurance easy. When you work with our team of agents, you don’t have to worry about the insurance process being overwhelming, complicated, or tedious. All you have to do to get started with your three free tow truck insurance quotes is fill out our quote form or give us a call today. And waiting is no fun, so we’ll be quick about getting your quotes.
Save money on Illinois tow truck insurance by shopping for multiple quotes.
Shopping for tow truck insurance might seem like an impossible task. But we can help. We will reach out to multiple carriers to get you three free Illinois tow truck insurance quotes. Then you get to go over your options and choose the plan that’s right for you. We can help you make sure that you’ve got the insurance you need to prepare for anything the road can throw at you. All you need to do is answer a few quick questions and you’ll be on your way.
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You’re not just looking for tow truck insurance. You’re looking for the best tow truck insurance in Illinois. And our team is prepared to help you get it. We have loads of experience helping towing businesses just like yours get the coverage they need - we understand the risks you face and the insurance you need to protect yourself from them. We can help you get tow truck insurance that’s customized to your business, and we can help you identify and manage your risks. And since we know you don’t want to break the bank, we’ll help you get a great rate for great coverage.
No two towing businesses are the same. You might be a roadside assistance business. Maybe you only tow disabled vehicles with a couple rollbacks. Or perhaps you run an auto body shop and own a wrecker to help transport cars. Maybe you do repossessions. Whatever the case, we can help you get the coverage that’s right for your business.
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Tow truck businesses face a lot of risks, which is why it makes sense that there are so many coverages out there for towing operations. There’s auto liability insurance, physical damage coverage, on-hook/in-tow insurance, garagekeepers, garage liability, and wrongful repo insurance. We can help you evaluate your risks and choose the coverages and limits that are right for your business.
The tow truck insurance market has been tough for towing businesses lately. We get that. And we can help. We’ve got relationships with numerous carriers who would be happy to write Illinois tow truck insurance. With these connections, we can get you quotes so you can compare rates and save money on your tow truck insurance. Yes, the tow truck insurance market has been tough, but we’re still undaunted in our mission to save towing businesses money on their insurance. And since we know you’ve got better things to do than wait around for insurance calls, we’ll be fast about getting your quotes.
Select one of the following coverages to review what you might need for your own tow truck operation:
Get Illinois tow truck insurance that's right for your business.
We know that all tow truck businesses are different.
Each state has its own regulations for tow truck business insurance. They require towing businesses to have certain types and certain levels of insurance. We’ll help you make sure that you have enough insurance to meet all of the state’s requirements so you’ll be good to go.
And we’ll also help you make sure that you don’t have any gaps in your towing coverage so that you won’t be open to a big loss later on. We don’t want you to have any nasty surprises if you find out that something that you thought was covered actually isn’t covered. You worked hard to build your business, and we’ll work hard to help you protect it with the right insurance.
Get more info about tow truck insurance in Illinois:
Looking for more information about tow trucks and tow truck insurance in Illinois? Check out these resources:
Professional Towing & Recovery Operators of Illinois (PTROI): PTROI is an organization that was formed to promote the welfare of towers in Illinois. They strive to educate their members and the public, promote quality towing services, and help bring the towing community together.
Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT): IDOT strives to improve transportation for citizens by reducing traffic and congestion and making it easier to travel within the state.
Illinois Department of Insurance: The Illinois Department of Insurance is committed to protecting consumers of insurance and also promoting a healthy, thriving insurance market in the state.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA): The FMCSA is the organization responsible for regulating commercial vehicles in the country. Their goal is to make the roads safer for everyone.
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Do you run a roadside assistance business in Rockford? Maybe you have a towing business with rollbacks in Chicago. Or you might have an auto body shop with a wrecker or two in Springfield. You might even do repossessions in Joliet. Whatever the case might be, we can help you get the coverage you need in Illinois.
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