Farmers food truck insurance now in 28 states

New insurance product combines several policies to cover food trucks

Insurance News

By Allie Sanchez

Farmers Insurance is sustaining its foray into food truck coverage by offering insurance to Montana businesses. The policy will be offered to licensed food truck owners and will combine commercial automobile coverage for their truck with restaurant business owner protection.

Farmers first announced its availability in Wisconsin, but it has been rolled out to 27 other states so far.

“At Farmers, we understand that consumer preferences and the needs of business owners are constantly evolving, and we are continuously looking for new ways to meet these changing demands for our customers,” explained Jake Rothfuss, head of business insurance for commercial auto at Farmers Insurance.

Farmers’ food truck policy offers clients the option to obtain coverage for their truck or a truck attached to a standalone store. Currently available protection involves a complex mix of separate policies, including commercial auto, business owner and restaurant policies that have to be procured from different insurers. The company combines these protections into one policy to manage exposure in the food truck business.

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