Trucking management company now offers roadside assistance services
When a big rig has an accident on the highway, receiving a quick response for assistance is key to ensuring all those involved are safe and protected. Recently, the Equinox Owner-Operator Solutions company announced that it will be adding a trucking roadside assistance service to its repertoire of other fleet management products.
"[Equinox Owner-Operator Solutions] unveiled this robust roadside assistance service to help trucking professionals further their success in the industry," Spencer Angerbauer, president of the business, said in a statement.
In the event of an emergency, truckers and fleet management owners who have this service may contact Equinox 24-hours a day, seven days a week to have a response team dispatched anywhere within the 50 states, Puerto Rico and Canada. The company is the first of its kind to have trucking assistance for emergencies and management services both available in one place.
Truckers who have recently completed their LCV training and wish to begin their career on their own should consider investing in a roadside assistance service for their truck, which will keep them and their equipment safe if any issues should occur while on the job.
Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
When a big rig has an accident on the highway, receiving a quick response for assistance is key to ensuring all those involved are safe and protected.