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For many small business owners, figuring out what coverage you need for the autos you own and operate is a challenge; after all, you are trying to run a business.
Did you know? Nearly six million traffic accidents occur every year, or more than 16,000 per day. With accidents occurring so frequently, make sure you have auto insurance from a company that will be there for you during a claim.
Big Protection for Your Small Business Autos
Whether you use your own car or a fleet of pickups or box trucks to get the job done, we can give you the protection you need - including liability, personal injury/medical coverage, comprehensive, collision coverages, and much more to help you keep your business moving forward.
Do your employees use their own autos to perform deliveries, sales visits, picking up supplies, and other errands for your business? If so, you could be held liable for any accidents they cause. State Farm® has the coverage to meet your needs.
State Farm Employer Non-Owned Car Liability Coverage (ENOL) Basic Facts
An ENOL policy protects your business, so your revenues wouldn't be siphoned off by legal judgments. If your employees even occasionally use their own cars for your business, don't be driven to financial loss. Protect your business with Employers Non-Owned Car Liability Coverage.
Learn More About How to Cover the Autos You Use in Your Business
Your State Farm agent will sit down with you and help you determine what deductible amounts and coverage limits best cover the vehicles you use in your business. Even when it comes to Business Autos, State Farm has you covered!*
*Coverage availability may vary by province and vehicle type
This is only a general description of coverages of the available types of insurance and is not a statement of contract. Details of coverage, limits or services may not be available for all businesses. All coverages are subject to the terms, provisions, exclusions and conditions in the policy itself and in any endorsements.