It’s no secret that the excess trucking insurance landscape has been rocky in recent years. Pricing for commercial auto insurance began rising near the end of 2011 and increased for 40 consecutive quarters. A recent history of harsh vertical judgments also seriously hampered the sector. Over the last ten years, commercial auto underwriters recorded more than $22 billion in losses (source 4). However, after several years of keeping pace with or surpassing primary carrier increases, the excess trucking market is starting to show some stability.