What car insurance would you recommend for delivery drivers or owners of restaurants that deliver?
I own a restaurant, and many of my delivery drivers are having trouble finding a car insurance policy to cover them. I'm thinking of buying the insurance myself. All of my employees use their own car. What car insurance should I buy?
“Since all of your delivery drivers use their own car, you should purchase non-owned car insurance.
This protects you up to your coverage limits if your employee gets into an at-fault accident behind the wheel. It covers other people’s property damages and medical costs. It also covers defense costs if you or your employee are sued.
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