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Monday, October 14, 2019 Does your business own, rent or lease any vehicles? Perhaps your employees make deliveries or transport people from place to place. Perhaps you groom dogs inside of a fleet of on-the-go vans. Perhaps you travel to perform tasks at people’s homes or various worksites. READ MORE >>
Friday, July 26, 2019 American truckers haul millions of items, worth billions of dollars, on interstate highways each day. You strive to deliver these loads safely to their destinations. In the majority of cases, that is just what will happen. But, what if an accident occurs? More specifically, what if a spill occurs? READ MORE >>
Wednesday, June 26, 2019Just because someone needs medical transportation doesn’t necessarily mean they need it immediately. Countless Americans, including those with disabilities, might need special transportation arrangements to get around. However, this doesn’t mean they need an ambulance. READ MORE >>
Friday, January 11, 2019Operating a non-emergency medical vehicle involves a fair degree of risk. Drivers might transport patients or carry thousands of dollars-worth of sensitive materials. An accident or other damaging occurrence might prove very costly. Therefore, it's up to such drivers to work with the highest professionalism. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, April 17, 2018Running a transportation business involves moving something from one place to another. However, what if that item is another person? Other people are perhaps the most important items you can transport—especially if they have sensitive medical needs. Their safety remains a central commitment of every non-emergency medical transporter. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, October 7, 2014Trucking insurance is something you probably have. After all, liability is required and you value your truck, which is your key to staying employed. So, it's likely that you've insured your truck. But what about the cargo you carry? Is the cargo adequately protected? READ MORE >>