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New Jersey Business Auto Policy coverage is available for many types of vehicles, including drivers with high SMS scores, multiple moving violation or accidents.
Other Auto Exposures
There are three basic exposures in addition to owned autos, which are non-owned autos, hired autos and borrowed autos.
Non-owned autos are autos that you don’t own, but for which you may be held responsible. The most common example is when an employee uses his own auto for work purposes. For instance, a guy takes his own truck to the Home Depot on a work errand. If he has an accident, then you are ultimately responsible.
Hired Autos are autos that you rent or lease (short term). BE CAREFUL! Car rental companies will always try to list YOU (the individual) as the renter. If you allow this then your business auto policy may not respond to claims filed. Business auto policies usually list your company as the insured. If you don’t have that name in the “renter” spot, then you will not be insured! I personally DO NOT OWN any autos—they are all business owned. So when I rent a car, I quietly write in the name of my business as the renter. I don’t ask the clerk—I just do it!
Borrowed Autos are autos you borrow such as specific equipment for a job. If the owner of the auto you borrow has little or no insurance then you are responsible. BE CAREFULL! An auto you “borrow” from your employee or family member is usually NOT a borrowed auto from the perspective of your insurance company.
TIP—Be sure your personal auto policy meshes with your business auto policy! Consult your accountant (for taxes) and your attorney (for legal advice) about where and how your personal auto should be titled (owned). There is a wide-range of coverage options available to tailor your policy to meet your needs. You must be sure to disclose your whole situation to your insurance agent in order to receive proper coverage.