U.S.-based organizations operating in other countries often buy, lease or rent vehicles for use by traveling employees. Because American companies are perceived to have especially deep pockets, their exposure to lawsuits resulting from auto accidents is very real. Smart firms protect their financial interests with international commercial auto liability
Why is International Commercial Auto Liability Needed
- In most foreign countries, admitted auto insurance often fails to provide U.S.-style coverage or limits.
- To bring liability protection up to U.S. standards, companies who own, hire, or maintain cars overseas often purchase a difference-in-conditions policy.
Coverages With International Commercial Auto Liability
- Auto bodily injury
- Property damage liability
Features To Ask For
- Covers accidents worldwide where permitted by law; excludes accidents occurring in U.S.; claims/suits may be brought anywhere.
- Applies to any auto of insured, including owned, hired and non-owned vehicles.
- Makes up for sub-standard coverage in any foreign auto insurance.
- Coverage is pay-on-behalf-of where permitted by law; otherwise on indemnification basis.
- Also provides hired auto physical damage coverage - limits of $25,000 per accident and $25,000 per policy
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