Local/Long Haul Trucking

Placing coverage for both for-hire and not-for-hire trucking operations. Common vehicle types for this coverage include trucks and truck/tractor trailer combinations.
Tractor trailor truck driving on highway

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, as of April 2020, the number of for-hire carriers on file with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration totaled 928,647, and private carriers totaled 799,342.

Trucking serves as a barometer of the U.S. economy, representing 72.5% of tonnage carried by all modes of domestic freight transportation, including manufactured and retail goods. Freight continues to be helped by strong consumption, a retail inventory restocking, and robust single-family home construction. 

At Amwins National Transportation Underwriters, we understand there’s a lot riding on your client’s trucking business, and our knowledge will help you steer them in the right direction. Our local, intermediate and long-haul trucking coverage options deliver solutions for both for-hire and not-for-hire trucking operations. 


Eligible classes

  • Dry Van
  • Refrigerated Goods Haulers
  • Grain & Agricultural Goods Haulers
  • Flatbed Haulers
  • Non-Hazardous Liquid Commodities
  • Hazardous Commodities
  • And more!

Submission requirements

  • Completed truckers application
  • Current plus two years loss information (5 total years preferred)
  • Driver information and MVRs
  • Drivers require to have two years experience in like-kind equipment
  • IFTAs preferred (required by some carriers)
  • Financials may be required, depending on market and risk size

Local and long-haul trucking insurance
Key details



These capabilities are available in all states except AK, HI, MA, MS, NJ, NY


Coverages & Limits

  • Auto Liability - up to $1,000,000
  • Physical Damage     
  • Motor Truck Cargo  - up to $250,000
  • General Liability - up to $1,000,000 occurrence, $2,000,000 aggregate
  • Non-Trucking Liability - up to $1,000,000
  • Excess - up to $5,000,000




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