Businesses of all sizes can utilize the services of a hired auto company. From transporting goods, attending meetings in a new city, or simply running errands, hired autos can prove a valuable tool for business owners. However, some businesses may only occasionally require the services of a hired auto company and believe they don’t need hired auto coverage — that’s where they would be mistaken.

The nature of auto accidents revolves around the suddenness of their nature. They can happen at a moment’s notice, even to the safest of drivers. The subsequent damage from the accident causes car repairs, liability, and potentially large medical bills; having the proper coverage for all eventualities becomes crucial. Most businesses that don’t carry hired and non-owned auto insurance can quickly see a significant hit to their bottom line that they may not recover from financially.

As businesses consider what kind of auto coverage they want for their day-to-day operations, finding the right type of coverage can help protect them in the event of an accident. Even if it’s only once in a while that businesses will use hired cars or non-owned vehicles for official company business, that could be the one time an accident happens, and they need the coverage. If businesses plan on using personal or hired vehicles for company reasons, having HNOA coverage will benefit them in the long run.

When a business owner considers where to get their hired auto coverage from, they want to have a trusted insurance company that can help find the level of coverage that best meets their needs. USMC Insurance has the knowledge and experience to help them make a more informed decision.

About USMC Insurance

Founded in 2012, USMC Insurance is a managing general agent (MGA) providing both specialized and traditional property and casualty insurance. This family-owned company draws on over 100 years of combined experience to offer business insurance programs to brokers and agents across the nation, with a special interest in underserved niche markets.