One of the most stressful situations when transporting freight is handling a cargo claim, especially when the insurance company of the carrier you hired does not cover that specific incident. So, what to do if you have a cargo claim and the carrier’s insurer declines the claim?
According to USA Truckload Shipping, “When shipping cheese, one of the most important details to adhere to is proper shipping and storage temperature.” Watch and learn as our very own Dee Stephens, Sarah Houston, and Mattew Bowling go into detail about the important things to know when hauling cheese.
Hurricane season is upon us, and according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), it predicts an above-average storm season. For clarity, an average hurricane season consists of (on average) 14 named storms, seven hurricanes, and three major hurricanes.
When it comes to Household Goods, it is essential to register your company as the proper authority with the FMCSA. Check out our very own Dee Stephens and Mitchell Kamm as they explain the differences in Household Goods authorities and how to list them on your insurance policy.
A standardized hiring process helps ensure your drivers are compliant and reduces the risk of a negative impact on your safety scores. Any individual driving under your DOT # should complete the hiring process to be approved as a scheduled driver on your policy. This is regardless of whether the owner is the only driver, the owner is a part-time backup driver, or you hire anyone as part-time help.