Blog

A Guide to Trucking Predictive Maintenance (Part 1)

It’s often said that prevention is the best medicine — but for truck drivers, it might be prediction. Predictive maintenance, more specifically, is one of the best tools a trucking company has for keeping its fleet in order, streamlining operations, and ensuring driver safety. The term refers to the practice of proactively using analytics to … Continue reading “A Guide to Trucking Predictive Maintenance (Part 1)”

Skyrocketing Claims Rock Trucking Industry

Trucking companies need to manage risk very carefully. Comprehensive commercial insurance coverage is an integral way for them to protect themselves against considerable liability and loss. Recently, an increase in the number of claims has made vital insurance protections more costly for companies and carriers alike. Here are some important considerations about the cause for … Continue reading “Skyrocketing Claims Rock Trucking Industry”

Improving Recruiting and Retention in the Trucking Industry (Part 2)

Trucking can be an exhilarating job. Drivers traverse across the country, enjoying quiet highways and scenic views. Of course, it can also be an incredibly taxing job, with long hours and weeks spent away from home. The latter aspect of the trucker experience may be part of the reason why truck driver retention is such … Continue reading “Improving Recruiting and Retention in the Trucking Industry (Part 2)”

Improving Recruiting and Retention in the Trucking Industry (Part 1)

However large or small a trucking employer may be, they may have experienced some level of difficulty attracting truck drivers or retaining current employees. Unfortunately, improving truck driver retention levels is an area where many trucking companies struggle. This may be due to a wide variety of factors, ranging from inadequate publicity for the field … Continue reading “Improving Recruiting and Retention in the Trucking Industry (Part 1)”

Examining the Most Common Trucking Violations (Part 2)

The supply chain within the U.S. is dependent upon truckers to transport goods throughout the country. Indeed, truckers fill an essential role in the economy, but the job is not without risks. According to the National Safety Council, 10% of all vehicles involved in fatal collisions are large trucks. There is a myriad of factors … Continue reading “Examining the Most Common Trucking Violations (Part 2)”

Examining the Most Common Trucking Violations (Part 1)

In order to avoid racking up significant fees, losing drivers and employees, taking a branding and public relations hit, and even facing legal troubles, it’s essential for your trucking operation to know about, fully understand, and consistently work to avoid the most common and egregious trucking violations in the industry. Even well-run trucking companies can … Continue reading “Examining the Most Common Trucking Violations (Part 1)”

Trucking Companies Requesting Biden’s Help in Supply Chain Concerns

If you currently work as a trucker, you may have heard about or personally experienced various supply chain challenges and their resulting complications throughout the industry. From drivers, to trucking company managers, to Truck insurance providers and more, supply chain concerns can have a reverberating effect for deliveries, pick-ups, and on-time shipments of all types … Continue reading “Trucking Companies Requesting Biden’s Help in Supply Chain Concerns”

Winter Driving Safety for Truck Drivers (Part 2)

When winter weather starts to set in, your trucking operation may need to take additional steps to ensure winter truck driving safety, help drivers avoid accidents, protect the company truck fleet, and keep company drivers and others on the road out of harm’s way. Even if your operation currently provides drivers with extensive training and … Continue reading “Winter Driving Safety for Truck Drivers (Part 2)”