Trailer Insurance

Published: | Updated: June 14, 2016

Definition - What does Trailer Insurance mean?

Trailer insurance is a type auto insurance that protects the policyholder from damages to trailer contents or damages caused to another while using the trailer. Often, car insurance would cover a trailer, but it generally only offers liability coverage. For more comprehensive coverage, those who often use a trailer can benefit from trailer insurance.

Insuranceopedia explains Trailer Insurance

The coverage trailer insurance may offer includes the following:

  • Liability: costs associated with property damage or bodily injury caused to others.
  • Comprehensive: repair costs for damage due to severe weather, fire, theft or vandalism.
  • Collision: repair costs due to traffic accidents.
  • Contents: protects against the risk of damage to personal items being transported in the trailer.

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