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Minimum Truckers’ Insurance Limits Could Increase

Since 1985, non-Hazmat truckers have had the same mandatory minimum insurance limit of $750,000. This is despite raising inflation and claims costs.

Think about how much insurance you have when taking into account both personal auto and umbrella coverage. 305 more words

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Why Trucking Companies Need To Be Insured

Every truck driver and trucking company knows how important the industry is. Without trucks on the road delivering goods, daily life wouldn’t run as smoothly. Without the trucking industry, goods would probably be more expensive than they already are. 304 more words

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Congress Reexamining Insurance Minimums for the Trucking Industry

In 1980, Congress enacted regulation that the trucks have $750,000 in insurance.  And it has been that amount for thirty-five years, although in real terms that $750,000 is worth $4 million in today’s dollars. 339 more words

Trucking Accidents

Protecting Your Cargo With Trucking Insurance

Trucking 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. 263 more words

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The 5 Biggest Trucking Hazards

Truckers face work risks everyday while on the road. The lengthy, irregular hours and tight delivery schedules can result in stress. When this stress is combined with sitting for long amounts of time, it can take a toll on a trucker’s body. 329 more words

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