Commercial Truck Insurance
29 Sluyter St SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49548-7604
Phone: (616) 261-9555 | Fax: (616) 261-9533
Map to Commercial Truck Insurance in Grand Rapids
Grand Rapids residents can count on Commercial Truck Insurance to give a helping hand when purchasing insurance. Call (616) 261-9555 to talk to an agent or stop by at 29 Sluyter St SE in Grand Rapids. Serving the greater Grand Rapids area and beyond.
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If you're trying to find insurance agents in Grand Rapids, MI or just looking to lower your rates we can help. These tips may help.
- Commercial Truck Insurance may be able help you with your insurance needs in Grand Rapids. Professional agents are trained to find deficiencies in insurance coverages and protect your assets against loss.
- Your Grand Rapids auto insurance rates can be reduced significantly by raising your collision and comprehensive or 'other than collision' deductibles. If you have an auto accident or your car gets damaged in a hail storm you'll have to pay more to have the damage fixed, but higher deductibles mean less premium each year and your savings may more than make up for the increased cost at claim time.
- Grand Rapids property owners are able to reduce their insurance costs by simply increasing their insurance policy deductible. An insurance deductible is how much money you have to pay out-of-pocket once you have a home insurance claim. By agreeing to pay an increased amount of your own money, your insurance provider will lower your home insurance premium. Providing you don't have regular claims, the cost savings on the reduced premium will soon add up to a lot more than the extra insurance deductible you have to spend at claim time.
- Under no circumstances allow your insurance coverage to expire. You may find it very hard to get insurance again in Michigan should your insurance policy expire, and your insurance coverage may cost considerably more than it had before.