Many companies know that there are risks associated with managing a fleet of vehicles for company use. However, did you know that you may also be liable for accidents that occur in vehicles that your company doesn’t own?
Organizations have a non-owned auto exposure anytime someone drives on their behalf. If an employee or contractor causes an accident in their own vehicle, the liability insurance policy on their vehicle is the first line for liability coverage. After the limits of liability on the contractor’s policies are exhausted, the injured party may look to your company to pay damages.
Learn how your organization can protect itself from non-owned fleet exposure in this webinar presented by HUB International – whether you are in Canada or the U.S.