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November 14 – 17, 2023 | 10 am – 12 pm est & 1 pm – 3 pm EST
Course taught live, attend virtually.

Registration Will Be Open Soon

Part 1 of 4: Underwriting the Unique Insurance Exposures of a Motor Carrier

  • Terminology
  • Government requirements
  • Registration
  • CSA/SMS
  • Driver selection

Part 2 of 4: Interstate Motor Carriers and the Government

  • Requirements for financial responsibility
  • State Form E
  • Federal
  • COI to FMCSA
  • Endorsement to policy
  • Using public information to obtain coverage

Part 3 of 4: Motor Carrier Coverage Form (Auto Liability)

  • Insuring Agreement
  • Pay and Defend
  • Symbols
  • Pollution coverage
  • Who is insured? You, Driver, Other?
  • Independent contractors
  • GL or AL (loading and unloading)

Part 4 of 4: Coverages Other than Auto Liability for Motor Carriers

  • General Liability – Coverage and exclusions
  • Cargo – Carmack, In transit, Property exclusions, Coverage exclusions
  • Physical Damage – Property coverage, Covered auto, Limits, Towing
  • Workers Compensation – State laws, 3A/3C, Employee or independent contractor

Additional Information

This is your chance to:

  • Master the basics of providing motor carrier insurance
  • Understand motor carrier regulations
  • Discover the specific insurance needs of varying motor carriers
  • Become a proficient motor carrier insurance provider by understanding what is necessary to develop a sound insurance program
  • Opportunity to earn state CE credits

After completion of all 4 parts of the course and passing the required test, a participant will have met the first requirement toward their TRS Designation. Motor Carrier Insurance Considerations (all 4 parts) is also an available option for satisfying the TRS Designation biennial update requirement.