provides the first $100.00 coverage for each shipment.
coverage can be put in place for declared values in excess of the
$100 that Nassau provides.
- The cost for this additional coverage
is $.50 cents per hundred dollars of the declared value.
- The box
marked declared value on our bill of lading must contain the amount
- The authorized shipper's signature must appear by the X
on the lower left of the bill of lading.
To Insure a Shipment
- You must telephone a Nassau dispatcher and verify your request
to insure for an amount greater than the one hundred dollars ($100)
that Nassau automatically provides (for no extra charge) with
- Indicate the full amount of insurance that you want on the
shipment by filling in that amount (in U.S. dollars), in the box
marked “ Declared
Value” on our Bill-of-Lading. You must also call in the amount
to a Nassau dispatcher for verification.
- You must sign as the authorized
(by your company) shipper, on the line marked shipper, by the X in the
lower left hand corner of our Nassau Bill of Lading.
- The cost for this
additional coverage is $.50 cents per hundred dollars of the declared
value in excess of the first $100 dollars (provided free).
keep in mind that certain high value items such as cash, furs,
jewelry and negotiable securities are not covered as described in
the Limitof Liability section of the Nassau Transportation Bill-of-Lading.
will transport high value items under certain conditions if you
wish, however, our liability will be strictly limited.
- The Terms and
Conditions of Contract on the back of the Nassau Transportation
Bill-of-Lading apply to all shipments and are in effect whether additional
value is declared or not.
- Your Nassau Transportation dispatcher can
provide you with the Docket or “Run” number
for each separate shipment that you wish to insure. This will
be your tracking and reference number for the shipment from
start to finish.