Well, it all depends whether you will you will get your own authority, and if you will broker your own freight. If not, it will probably cost about $1,500 - $2,500 a year. If you are, on the other hand, it will cost a lot more. It will never cost millions, unless you haul hazardous materials, and then it will cost you millions.
Depends on the state year make model and the driving record. As a guess it should be less than $100 a month.
Depends on a number of variables. The driving record of the owner and/or employee driving for the owner, what type of materials are hauled (hazmat haulers pay significantly more), etc.
Probably anywhere from 120 to 400 a month. No joke.
It depends on your driving record, type of truck and what insurance company you go through.
If you are asking about insurance for driving a commerical truck like a Freightliner, for example: The limit of liability insurance typically required is $1,000,000. If you have a perfect driving record, expect this liability insurance to cost in the range of $700 per month. If you have one speeding ticket, for example, expect this to cost in the range of $900-$1000 per month. Premiums will be higher in some states.
The cost of auto insurance for a commercial van would vary on a couple of factors, most notably the distance the van is driven and history of the drivers operating it. Typically, monthly insurance would range from about $100 to 225 per month.
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3200.00 to 4000.00 a month