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In order to ensure adequate protection, you need to figure out whether your car is a personal vehicle, or a commercial vehicle. While the line may be hazy, there are a few key points that insurance companies will cite to classify a car as a commercial auto: You use your car to pick up work supplies or deliver goods READ MORE >>

Do you travel to customer locations, instead of having a shop where customers come to you? BOP insurance can give you most of the coverage you need. But you may still need to look at other types of insurance. What Are the Risks When You Travel To A Customer Location? READ MORE >>

The term "fleet" implies ownership of dozens of vehicles, perhaps all with your company's logo on them. That's not always the right depiction, though. Fleets can vary considerably. Still, if your business owns multiple vehicles, it may be possible to purchase fleet coverage. READ MORE >>

Your drivers are a representation of your company. Many companies find it difficult to locate experienced drivers, though. In some cases, you may hire someone that puts your company at risk. If this happens, you should have protection. Your commercial auto insurance policy covers your business. READ MORE >>

Cities We Can Write Insurance In: (And links to their webpages) Abilene Alamo Alamo Heights Alice Allen Alpine Alvarado Alvin Amarillo Andrews Angleton Argyle Arlington Austin Azle READ MORE >>

Do you remember the movie Ground Hog Day? The one with the infamous Ned Ryerson character. Whether Ned makes you laugh or wince, or simply makes you want to run the other direction, he represents the stereotype of my chosen profession, the Insurance Agent. You have to love him a bit because he cares so much about selling insurance. READ MORE >>

The Jared Rosckes Agency has a new look! We decided to get up with the times and reach our clients in a different way than ever before. What can you expect from us? We will be in contact consistently! Not bugging you but trying to help you by being more accessible. READ MORE >>

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