Insurance company launches customized plan for truckers
Even though many truckers undergo CDL training and trucker safety coursework, this may not fully prevent accidents while on the road. To ensure extra protection, individual drivers or even those who are working for trucking companies can invest in insurance specifically designed for those who drive large vehicles.
Recently, the Good's Insurance company released a special package for truckers who wish to have extra benefits while working. They offer a single payment or a monthly plan for this package. Included in the program is an array of services that cater to a trucker's needs.
The plan offers tire replacement options as well as on-the-road installation. Trucks may be towed up to 50 miles through this coverage or repaired on site if the issue is as simple as fluid replacement or a jump start.
Peace of mind while behind the wheel of a big rig may be an invaluable asset to have, which can help protect trucker health, reduce stress and keep the equipment they use safe. Insurance can offer driver's support that may be needed when handling expensive and sometimes hazardous trucks.
Monday, August 22nd, 2011
Even though many truckers undergo CDL training and trucker safety coursework, this may not fully prevent accidents while on the road.