If you have a tow truck business that does repo you know that your line of work comes with lots of risks – there are the incidental risks of driving and towing, of course, but there are also risks specific to repo that you’re exposed to every time you go on a job. And that’s why it’s so important to get the right tow truck insurance for your repo business. But how much does repo insurance cost? We’ll explain what wrongful repo insurance is and how much insurance for a repo business costs.
We’ve all passed accidents on the side of the road where a car has rear-ended the car in front of them. Smooshed hood, squashed back bumper. But if you’re driving a tow truck, rear-end collisions are often pretty serious.
And rear-end collisions also have had a major effect on tow truck insurance rates.
We’ll explain the prevalence of rear-end accidents, why they can affect the price of tow truck insurance, and steps you and your drivers can take to prevent rear-end collisions.
To start, we’re going to look at some numbers.
There are lots of potential risks that people who work with tow trucks face every day. Risks, or exposures, are why people get tow truck insurance in the first place—so that they’re protected from whatever life might throw at them.
As someone who works in the tow truck industry, it’s important that you understand what you’re up against. There are several types of risks that your business faces every day, so we’ve outlined the kinds of exposures that you need to be aware of when thinking about getting your insurance coverage. The exposures and risks depend on what kind of tow truck business you have (mainly whether you’re strictly towing or you have a body shop), but these are the main ones to think about.