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Cover Whale expands auto liability coverage to 39 states, strengthening trucking insurance offerings.

Cover Whale launches auto liability coverage for truck drivers in six more states

April 3, 2024
Insurtech's state expansion now delivers auto liability coverage in 39 states, with a total of 46 states across all its trucking insurance lines.

Cover Whale Insurance Solutions, an insurtech specializing in connected insurance for commercial auto insurance, continues its expansion across the U.S., announcing the availability of its auto liability coverage for truck drivers and fleets in six additional states: Maine, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Vermont.

With this development, Cover Whale now offers auto liability coverage in 39 states. Accounting for its other lines of coverage, including auto physical damage, motor truck cargo, non-trucking liability, and truckers’ general liability, the company’s footprint extends to 46 states in all.

See also: Cover Whale forges partnership with Geotab

“Our top priority has always been to improve safety on America’s roads for everyone while providing competitive coverage options to truck drivers and fleets across the country,” said Dan Abrahamsen, CEO of Cover Whale. “Being able to write auto liability coverage in nearly 80% of the states, and other lines in more than 90% is quite the achievement for Cover Whale. And we’ll be adding more.”

Cover Whale remains dedicated to empowering agents and providing them with the tools they need to serve their clients effectively. The company's user-friendly online platform allows agents to easily quote and bind coverage for their clients, streamlining the insurance buying process. Earlier this year, the company added electronic logging devices to its Driver Safety Program as an option for telemetry data-sharing, along with its dash cam option, giving policyholders additional flexibility when binding auto liability coverage.

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