Buschbach Insurance Agency, Inc. Blog: trucking insurance
View the latest blog posts from Buschbach Insurance Agency, Inc..
Thursday, August 3, 2017Illinois truckers face many of the same risks as other drivers on the road. However, the nature of trucking often enhances and augments these risks. Truckers require special training to operate these extremely complex vehicles throughout Illinois' interstates and highways. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 5, 2017Being a long-haul trucker means that you’re on the job whenever you are on the road. Driving these long distances may take hours or even days. Even though you are at work while you drive, you still have to look out for yourself. Self-care helps protect the trucker, the company and the cargo from safety risks. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, January 20, 2016Any business with a trucking or delivery component needs high quality and affordable trucking insurance. This type of business insurance can be one of the most important investments you make. If something were to cause a breakdown of your vehicle, would you be able to keep your business operational? READ MORE >>
Wednesday, September 9, 2015Finding a way to save money on trucking insurance is the priority of any trucking company. The risks are high to truckers, and insurance costs can be just as intimidating. However, there are steps companies can take to reduce or maintain their current insurance rates. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 29, 2015Truck drivers can tell you from experience how tough it can be to sit all day. In fact, research has shown that truckers are about twice as likely to be obese than the majority of other US workers. This high chance of obesity often stems from chronic disease risk factors, such as high cholesterol or high blood pressure. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, December 10, 2014You may think of police officers and construction workers when it comes to dangerous jobs, but truckers face their fair share of risk as well. Spending so many hours on the road leads to hundreds of deaths each year, along with thousands more injuries. READ MORE >>