Truck Insurance Software-Based Quoting System for Independent Commercial Agents

InsuranceTruck.com, wholesale truck insurance provider for independent commercial agents, offers a software-based quoting system for auto liability, cargo coverage, general liability, non-trucking liability, occupational accidents, physical damages and property liability, all while keeping abreast of ever-changing trends in the trucking industry. Originally launched by a small group of truckers and other entities associated with the trucking industry for the purpose of supporting small- to mid-sized companies within the trucking community to ensure the success of these businesses, Insurance Truck.com seeks to offer its members the opportunity to use premium interactive services and unparalleled products, in addition to a direct connection with other business partners to guide its members to success.

More information about InsuranceTruck.com can be obtained by visiting https://insurancetruck.com.

“We are committed to becoming the leading provider of resources and networking for individuals involved in every aspect of the trucking industry,” explains an Insurance Truck.com senior company spokesperson. “This is accomplished by carefully screening our products and only affiliating ourselves with specific products and benefits that we believe will make a positive impact on our established members’ bottom lines; in short, our primary goal is to build a strong community of successful trucking companies that will join us in a lucrative future.”

According to Insurance Truck.com representatives, 2017 has brought a slew of trends that have contributed to shaping the future of the trucking industry; indeed, with nearly 3.5 million truck drivers collectively moving nearly 70-percent of all freight tonnage in the U.S., change was inevitable. These trends included efficient tech, such as GPS technologies and ELD requirements; government regulations, such as a national driver drug-testing information clearing house and hair follicle-based drug tests; self-driving trucks, such as the Uber-backed Otto as well as vehicles from Budweiser; a new age workforce, with a driver shortage continuing to be a major concern for fleets; driver pay increases; rising transportation costs and President Trump’s trucking impact, with potential ending of certain trade agreements such as the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

Visitors to Insurance Truck.com can obtain an instant quote by filling out a quick form on the website.

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