This basic coverage protects you from liability for injuries or property damage caused by your trailer.
Comprehensive coverage provides protection against a broad range of risks, including theft, vandalism, fire, and damage during transportation.
If you rent a trailer for a short period, trailer hire insurance can cover it during your use, making it a cost-effective option for temporary needs.
Specialized insurance for recreational trailers that accounts for the specific risks and values associated with these types of trailers.
If you're transporting horses, there's specialized horse trailer insurance that covers both the trailer and the animals.
This insurance coverage protects you and your trailer in an accident or theft. You need it to protect yourself financially in case of any damages to the trailer or injury to others while towing.
Anyone who owns or rents a trailer and legally drives in the United States can buy this policy. This type of insurance is typically tailored to the needs of those using trailers professionally, including carriers transporting goods across states and guests in rental trailers.
The cost depends on the value of your trailer, its usage, and other factors. Generally, prices start from around $500 annually for short-term policies but can increase to several thousand dollars for long-term coverage.
It varies with each provider and the type of policy you have. Some auto insurance policies may cover trailers, but contacting your provider is vital to check if this is in your policy. You will likely need to purchase separate trailer insurance if it isn’t.
Generally, yes. You may need to have a specific policy in place to cover any damage. Find out more about coverage options and the cost of transporting animals or plants.