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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by 4 seasons lawn&land, Feb 10, 2012.
Wondering what people are paying for liability only on a 33,000 gvw dump.
Ask you insurance company. To many factor. Make model year and your driving record
Liab only on a trailer shouldn't cost a dime. My single axle utility is simply listed with my truck on my biz auto policy, but doesn't cost anything.
Around here it will cost 2.5k
Did you even read the original post?
In NY you would pay for any trailer on a business auto policy, but that wasn't the question.
OP is referring to a sigle axle dump truck.
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OP wasn't very descriptive then. Sorry.
Would hate to do biz in NY if you have to pay a liab. rate on a single axle trailer though.....wow
33,000 GVW Dump isnt very descriptive?
I figured around 2k, thanks Joes.
On a side note. I dont pay liability on any of my trailers. Any trailer premiums would be added to trucks that are typically used to pull trailers.
Are your trailers registered in your name personally?
Most of us knew exactly what you meant. Not many 33,000 GVW single axle trailers out there. It is interesting about the trailer insurance thing. My commercial policy requires me to list any trailer I have with over 2,000 lbs. payload. They charge me $80 per year extra for my 7K flatbed trailer.