If the employer is compensating you for the use of your truck, i.e, a mileage rate, then yes they can ask to be listed as an additional insured. However, if they fail to pay you anything for the use of your vehicle, they have no right to demand anything regarding your vehicle. It should also be noted that if you have an accident while in the performance of your employment, they are ultimately liable. Make sure you inform your carrier that you are using the truck for their work - then watch your rates go through the roof.
Your insurance company may deny the claim due to business use, but they would be the primary coverage. Insurance stays with the car. But your employer should certainly offer to pay for this damage. I would file with my company and if there is coverage, maybe your employer would pay your deductible, if it is denied then file with your employer. If you would like to provide more details I could be of greater assistance.
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