Did you know that motor vehicles transport goods and people nearly three billion miles on the road in the United States each year? (According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.)

If you’re a manufacturer or wholesaler/distributor, or in any business that transports goods using your own fleet, Bridge Insurance Group can help you stay protected. Whether you run a fleet that includes trucks, vans, or cars carrying cargo, Bridge Insurance Group provides insurance coverages, products and services important to your business while using up-to-date technologies and resources available in the insurance industry.

Types of Transportation Insurance We Offer

We offer solutions for anyone looking for the following:

  • Trucking Insurance
  • Truckers Insurance
  • Transportation Insurance
  • Commercial Truck Insurance
  • Tractor Insurance
  • Trucking Fleets Insurance
  • Tow-Truck Insurance
  • Auto Haulers Insurance
  • Dry Van Insurance
  • Flat Bed Insurance
  • Cargo Insurance
  • Straight Truck Insurance
  • Cargo Van Insurance
  • Interstate Drivers Insurance
  • Reefer Drivers Insurance
  • Local Drivers Insurance
  • Tanker Drivers Insurance
  • Hazmat Drivers Insurance
  • Boat Haulers Insurance
  • RV Haulers Insurance
  • Contact Carriers Insurance


Insurance that covers damage or bodily injuries to others as a result of an accident. This coverage is mandated by state and federal agencies, and proof of coverage is required and must be sent to those agencies.

Insurance that covers bodily injury and damages to the property of others if insured causes an accident while they are driving a leased, hired, rented or borrowed vehicle for business use.

Insurance that provides vicarious liability coverage for bodily injury and damages to the property of others caused by a vehicle not owned by the insured but driven by an insured employee while on company business.

Insurance that provides coverage against loss or damage to non-owned trucks and trailers hired, rented or borrowed by insured for business use.

Insurance that provides coverage for one or more trailers while under your care, custody and control whether they are attached or not. This requires a written trailer interchange agreement.

Insurance that provides limited liability insurance for owner-operators who are permanently leased to a motor carrier. It provides limited liability protection when the owner-operator is not on dispatch, nor pulling a loaded trailer.

Insurance that provides coverage for power units and physical damage to trailers. This coverage is for repair or replacement for damage resulting from things such as collision, fire, theft, vandalism, etc., to your owned vehicles. Lien holders require this coverage.

Motor Truck Cargo insurance is needed to protect the carrier in case of lost freight or damaged goods. Coverage is tailored to your business and the cargo you carry. Pricing varies on types of cargo and policy limits per load.

Schedule of benefits payable to an employee by his employer without regard to liability, required by state law in the case of injury, disability, or death as the result of occupational hazards. Includes coverage against the common law liability of an employer for injuries to employees as distinguished from the liability imposed by a Workers Compensation law.

Insurance that provides owner operators with an affordable source of indemnification for work accident injuries. This coverage offers important benefits for Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Accident Medical and Accident Disability Income. It is an affordable option for owner-operators who do not fall under the requirements of worker’s compensation statutes.

Insurance that provides excess liability limits over underlying auto, general, and employers liability.

Insurance that covers the legal liability of insureds in their capacity as employers for damages caused by covered wrongful employment practices. Exposures can include workplace harassment by other employees or supervisors, recruiting, hiring, evaluating, disciplining, and terminating employees.

Insurance that provides coverage for buildings, contents, and business income.

Insurance is required by federal regulations. Every Motor Carrier must have liability insurance on every commercial vehicle they own or lease. Liability insurance protects you when a third party is injured in an accident. Owner-operators should ask when leasing onto a company who will pay for their primary auto liability.


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We represent many insurance companies who provide competitive coverages and pricing for the trucking industry.  We write all types of trucks, semi-tractors, straight trucks, and pickups.  If the carrier that we write with does not offer a payment plan, we have three insurance financing options with very competitive rates and payment options.

Accident Fund Insurance
Company of America

Northland Insurance Company

Great American Insurance Group

Progressive Michigan Insurance Company

Travelers Casualty Insurance
Company of America

National Indemnity Insurance Company

National Casualty Company

Lancer Insurance Company

Canal Insurance Company

Berkshire Hathaway Group

Hartford Insurance Group

Lloyd’s of London