There are a few obvious benefits that come from buying a used truck: there’s the lower price tag and insurance rate, just to name a few. But what other advantages are you missing out on by buying a new vehicle? Here are three you may not have considered:
1. Certification Programs
Most manufacturers have implemented certified pre-owned programs for their used vehicles. While the price tag on a CPO vehicle may be higher than the typical used vehicle, there are a variety of benefits that make up the cost, including: Continue reading “Why Buy New When You Can Buy Used? 3 Advantages You Haven’t Considered”
You need your trucking fleet or company to run like a well-oiled machine. You want all your deliveries to arrive on time, and you don’t want any major accidents to slow you down. However, only your drivers have control over what happens out on the road. They make the decisions that keep shipments and vehicles safe.
In order for your drivers to perform their best, they need to stay healthy. But between truck stop cuisine and hours of driving, they may have a hard time maintaining their health. Use these tips to keep your drivers healthy and alert as they travel from place to place. Continue reading “Seven Health Tips Every Truck Driver Should Know”
You are a proud owner-operator. Your truck is a source of immense pride. You keep it clean and maintain both what is in the cab and under the hood. You realize that your truck is an investment. As an owner-operator, your big rig is your source of income. It is the tool of your trade; the means you use it to feed yourself and your family.
You want to make sure that your investment allows you to “bring home the bacon.” You may have pondered integration and wondered what classification will help you enjoy maximum profit. Continue reading “As an Owner-Operator, is Incorporation Right For You?”
Do you drive a commercial vehicle or own a trucking company? As you know, your automatic on-board recording device (AOBRD) is required by law to display certain information. But as of May 2014, the information required to be displayed has changed as announced by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). As of now, your AOBRD must be capable of displaying the following:
The Information Required for Display Continue reading “Is Your AOBRD Compliant with New Regulations?”