Joe D Wells JDW Truck Insurance.

JDW Truckers Insurance was founded by Joe D. Wells.

Joe is a Transportation Risk Specialist.

His background before trucking was investment banking. He understands the value of hard earn dollars. And seeks to help find clients searching for commercial truck insurance to best commercial truck insurance rates from the best commercial truck insurance companies. The goal is to shop and compare from our large network of trucking insurance carriers to find the best price with the correct coverages.

JDW Truckers Insurance is an independent insurance agency dedicated solely to commercial truck insurance. We have a large network of commercial truck insurance companies to request commercial truck insurance quotes on the behalf of our clients. Our clients come first not the insurance companies.

Customer Service plays a Key Role in Trucking Insurance

Choose the Right Agent

When choosing the agent, you want to represent you to the insurance companies. Pick a agent that is trained in commercial truck insurance. And make sure the agent you choose to work with is there when you need them. Our agents are trained in commercial truck insurance and are easy to contact. Email, phone call or text message. We respond quickly to our clients.

Insurance Companies Customer Service

Not only should you choose a responsive agent but you will want to be insured by a commercial insurance company who also responds to your requests and are there to help you in case of a claim or endorsements

Certificate of Insurance

Not being able to get a quick COI could cost you money by not being able to pick up a load for the lack of a COI. Our clients at JDW Truckers Insurance are given access to our COI Portal where they can issue a COI 24/7 free of charge.

AM Best Ratings

The AM Best Rating of the commercial truck insurance company you choose to insure your operation should not be over looked. You want to be insured by a trucking insurance company that has the financial stability to pay claims. Many shippers will require an AM Best Rating of A – minus of better. At JDW all of network of commercial truck insurance companies have an AM Best Rating of A – or better.

Customizing your Policy to Save you Money is What we Do!

Auto Liability Insurance

This is your primary liability which gets you authorized by the FMCAS and shippers to haul loads. Normally the coverage is set at $1,000,000 and higher is some cases. We can help you get the correct amount of primary liability coverage in place at affordable rates.

Motor Truck Cargo Insurance

The standard coverage for motor truck cargo is $100,000. In some cases shipper may require higher cargo limits. We will discuss this with you to make sure you have the right amount of cargo coverage in place place to haul the loads you want to in order to run a successful trucking company,

Physical Damage Insurance

Physical damage insurance is designed to cover your equipment and equipment of others. If your truck or trailers are damaged. And PD will coverage the trailers of others if you are power only.

No-Owned or Trailer Interchange Insurance

Knowing if you are required to carry non-owned trailer insurance or trailer interchange is important to know. Each can cover different requirements you may need to work with the different brokers and shippers.

General Liability Insurance

General liability insurance is relevantly inexpensive and required by some such at Amazon, UIIA and some flatbed options are required to have general liability. GL is not to be confused with your primary auto liability which both cover damage to property and bodily injury to others but there are differences. We can review and explain the differences.

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