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UPDATED: Sep 23, 2021

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The Lowdown

  • Progressive, Nationwide, and Farmers all provide auto and commercial trucking insurance
  • To choose the right provider, look for one that rewards you with discounts for bundling coverage
  • Small business owners especially can benefit from using a company that offers both auto and commercial trucking insurance

If you’re looking for auto insurance, you’ll have a lot of options — and a lot of companies claiming to be able to save you money.

It gets even more complicated when you’re trying to find commercial trucking insurance companies that also offer auto insurance. This guide will help you navigate and decide which company is the right one for you.

Get a free quote for auto and commercial trucking insurance by entering your ZIP code into our tool. That way you can get cheap commercial truck insurance rates from the top auto insurance companies in your area right away.

Why bundle auto and commercial trucking insurance?

Many insurance providers offer discounts for consolidating more than one insurance policy. It’s a way to encourage businesses to buy more insurance policies from them. These are sometimes referred to as multi-line discounts.

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Which companies offer deals to bundle auto and commercial trucking insurance?

The following providers offer both auto and commercial trucking insurance:

  • Progressive
  • Nationwide
  • Farmers

Customers who bundle or purchase more than one policy with GEICO, for example, can receive discounts. If you’re trying to decide between GEICO vs. Progressive auto insurance it may be helpful to know that Progressive is one of the largest commercial insurers nationwide.

The type of company you have is one factor that can help you decide on the right insurer for you. Progressive and State Farm both specialize in small businesses.

You should always compare auto and commercial trucking insurance quotes before choosing a company. Enter your ZIP code and you’ll get auto and truck insurance rates from the best companies in your area.

Frequently Asked Questions: Auto Insurance Companies That Offer Auto and Commercial Trucking Insurance

Have more questions about insurance companies that do both auto and commercial trucking insurance? Here are the answers.

#1 – Is it possible to get no down payment commercial truck insurance?

Coverage for your commercial truck is not available without a down payment from any insurance company. You should budget around a month’s premiums for the down payment.