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Wednesday, December 16, 2015When it comes to snow and slick roads, every moment is critical to truck drivers. Winter weather conditions can change quickly and put everyone on the road at risk. As a trucking company owner or driver, there are several things you can do to minimize some of these risks and provide for better outcomes every time you get behind the wheel. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, November 18, 2015Uber is the most famous of the emerging companies that facilitate ride sharing between drivers and passengers. The company says that its active driver base has increased from about zero in 2012 to over 160,000 in 2014. The company satisfies both the need for vehicle owners to make extra money and ride sharers to access inexpensive and convenient transportation. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, October 13, 2015Thieves don't always need an elaborate plan to steal the cargo off a truck. Instead, they can steal cargo while a driver is using the restroom or running into a convenience store to grab a snack. If the truck is idling and the keys are in plain sight, it can be easy for a thief to steal either the cargo, or the entire truck. READ MORE >>
Friday, September 25, 2015If your business relies on couriers, truckers or other types of delivery services, you probably employ workers who must keep flexible schedules. Since shifts may be scheduled based on need, your staff's hours can vary from week to week — or even day to day. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, July 8, 2015Truck drivers have a risky job when they are driving throughout the day. They have to watch out for smaller vehicles darting in and out of traffic while simultaneously protecting the over-sized load on the back of their truck. For the faint of heart, it may seem overwhelming and stressful, but there are many professional truck drivers who manage this feat each and every day. READ MORE >>
Thursday, June 18, 2015There are a variety of factors that are calculated to determine the premium of a truck insurance policy. These factors are used to determine the probability of an accident or financial risk, involved in providing a drivers' truck insurance. READ MORE >>