IIAT’s New Insuring Truckers Class Coming to a City Near You this Summer

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IIAT’s new Insuring Truckers commercial lines CE class is designed to help agents and support staff understand the trucking risk and create new opportunities for insuring profitable trucking accounts.

Insurance for trucking risks can be extremely confusing to insurance agents unless they are prepared. Insurance professionals must have knowledge of trucking insurance as well as underwriting and compliance issues that are critical to motor carriers.

Many commercial auto insurance products used by non-specialists can quickly become errors and omissions claims. Understanding the exclusions as well as endorsements available to change policy coverage, as well as the MCS90 endorsement required by the Motor Carrier Act of 1980 is essential to proper insurance and regulatory compliance.

Topics covered in the class include:

  • Regulation and compliance for the trucking industry
  • Underwriting for the trucking industry by line
  • Primary Auto Liability
  • Non-Trucking Auto Liability
  • Physical Damage Coverage
  • Motor Truck Cargo Coverage
  • General Liability Coverage
  • Underwriting for non-standard proprietary forms

Insuring Truckers stops in a city near you!

The class costs $155 for members and is approved for 7 CE credits.
Austin – June 5 (sponsored by LevelFirst)
Houston – June 6 (sponsored by Litchfield Special Risks, Inc)
San Antonio – June 20 (Sponsored by LevelFirst)
Corpus Christi – June 21
Tyler – Aug. 15
Lubbock – Aug. 16

You must be logged in to iiat.org to register. Call 800.880.7428 to register by phone.

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