When commercial trucking accidents happen, investigators look into the many potential factors that may have contributed to the crash. In some cases, driver error coupled with poor maintenance are to blame for the collision. But oftentimes, investigators discover that other parties were also to blame, as they may have failed to keep up with their responsibilities.
This boils down to the simple fact that drivers aren’t always responsible for truck accidents. As a matter of fact, truck drivers are often the victims. When companies such as trucking, cargo, or manufacturing firms make mistakes, accidents are more likely to happen.Continue reading “Are Drivers Always Liable For Truck Accidents?”
Industries from shipping and transportation to construction and logistics use various truck scales for diverse weighing needs. However, paying a small fortune for new equipment — or paying frequent rent that keeps adding up — might not be feasible for many businesses. The trick is to find the right truck scale that doesn’t break the bank, but still offers a superior weighing solution.Continue reading “4 Factors to Consider Before Buying Used Truck Scales”
For many of us, weekends are committed to watching college and/or pro sports. Throughout the years, technology has changed the game, from radio receivers in helmets to smart-tablets on the sidelines. And if I ever have to miss a game, you’d better believe I’m getting constant real-time updates through various sports apps on my smartphone!
Apps can also help you make a gameplan for your business by decreasing uncertainty, lowering costs, and accurately forecasting expenses. Implementing new technology can make your company the ideal “team to play for,” helping you attract and retain drivers, thus maintaining and increasing efficiency.