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Owner Operator Insurance and Motor Carrier Insurance specialists. Competitive rates on liability, physical damage, cargo, occupational accident, workers comp, and health insurance.
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Who is TSA?

Truckers Service Association - TSA - a non-profit association formed to provide creative solutions to the challenges faced by Owner Operators in today's transportation industry.

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Auto Liability
Physical Damage
Occupational Accident
Bobtail Truck Insurance
Workers Compensation
Passenger Accident
Gap
Cargo

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Truckers Service Association delivers Business Support for Truckers. We are Owner Operator Insurance and Trucking Insurance specialists. Our goal is to keep more money in truckers’ pockets and take the hassle out of shopping for truck insurance quotes.

Owner operators require specialized business support and truck insurance products to ensure they are completely legal and protected. This is important whether the owner operator has their own authority or is under permanent lease to a motor carrier. TSA understands the business and trucking insurance needs of owner operators and will help select the best, lowest cost trucking insurance coverage to protect both owner operators and their family. Our knowledgeable staff will quote and place the appropriate coverage for each owner operator’s situation. Our product lines include Auto Liability insurance, Bobtail insurance, Non-Trucking Liability insurance, Physical Damage insurance, Motor Truck Cargo insurance, Trucker’s general liability insurance, Occupational Accident insurance with Contingent Liability, Workers Compensation, Deductible Buyback, Gap (Lease Gap) insurance, Passenger Accident, Health insurance, and Personal Property.

As an owner operator, if you are operating as an independent driver through a lease to a motor carrier, your truck insurance coverage needs are typically dictated by the fleet lease agreement you operate under. The motor carrier often provides primary liability insurance while you are operating your truck on their behalf. A simple definition of liability insurance would be damage to other people or property if you're at fault for an accident. You are responsible for the Bobtail insurance or Non-Trucking Liability when you are not in the business of trucking for your Motor Carrier. Protection for your damage to your truck is called Physical Damage insurance.

TSA understands what insurance you need to be legal to get you on the road to making money fast! Our member benefits help keep more of that money in your pocket!

We've helped thousands of owner operators with their insurance and look forward to assisting you. Call TSA today for a detailed owner operator insurance quote.

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