It seems like a reasonable question. One assumes that standard vehicle insurance would cover things like accidents if one has an accident during the course of actual work; that is, in the course of making a business-related and billable delivery. That much seems beyond debate.
But this convoy is in no way business-related -- it is, quite simply, an unnecessary joy ride across the country to make a political point, and if I was an insurance company based in Alberta, and one of my clients tried to file a claim for massive cab damage after sliding off an ice-covered highway during a blizzard somewhere east of Wawa, Ontario in late January because he was a part of this ridiculous convoy, I would be sorely tempted to deny the claim as it did not happen as part of normal business operations.
Thoughts? Anyone out there know how big rig insurance works?