Navigating the complex world of commercial trucking insurance can be a major challenge. There are numerous pitfalls you have to avoid, and at the same time, select the right policy keeping in mind the requirements of your business. To make things easier for you, here’s a 5-step guide to commercial trucking insurance.
Operating private trucking fleets has never been an easy job. In fact, many expert analysts in the US have asserted that compared to 10 years ago, it’s more time-consuming and complex to manage a successful trucking business. This can be owed to the increased scrutiny and regulatory laws that all trucking fleets – corporate private and for-hire – are facing.
Whether it’s a possible decrease in the hours of service a driver can work or the FMCSA’s efforts to get rid of potentially dangerous drivers, reduce air pollution, and document all safety-related contracts, trucking operators have never been faced with more confusing assortment of standards and rules.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year as Andy Williams once said. However, our vision of Christmas would have never been the same if it was not for that Coca Cola’s Truck commercial. The big red twinkling truck has turned into a symbol of the festive season. Here are 5 things you don’t know about this iconic Christmassy sight.
America has had the chance of seeing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) commonly known as ACA or Obamacare for almost five years now. There is no doubt organizations have been staring at a whole lot of different opinions, mixed results, and strong emotions. In fact, it’s been this way ever since the inception of Obamacare. Everyone has an opinion. So, why not give our own? What does Obamacare mean for the thousands of owner operators across America? This article reviews how this federal statute affects those operating within the trucking industry:
During his campaign President Donald Trump left the impression in the voters that he is committed to infrastructure but how is he going to deal with the huge infrastructure spending gap that threatens the economy? Experts from the US auto and trucking industry fear that the industry may end up paying for the improvements. What else can truckers expect?