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SaferWatch™ Partners with CarrierLists for Online Sourcing of Validated Carriers

SaferWatch™, the logistics industry leader in motor carrier information and risk management solutions, has partnered with CarrierLists to provide online access to precision searches of validated carriers by specific trailer type, preferred lanes and specializations. CarrierLists is a powerful database of motor carrier fleets, verified by interview and specifically designed to make it easy to find the right carriers to move freight.

FMCSA Dispute • Crash Fault Program

The New FMCSA Crash Fault Dispute Program is designed to aid motor carriers in improving Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) scores.Program is designed to aid motor carriers in improving Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) scores – if the agency reclassifies the cause of crashes that were previously deemed preventable.

ELD Mandate News – What Freight Brokers Need to Know

All change is disruptive, but that’s by design. While the ELD mandate is a new condition, it’s intended to streamline and improve the carrier process. None of the changes required are too onerous or punitive to completely counterbalance the benefits ELDs will bring to the business of moving freight, the only risk is confusion. We are happy to provide information regarding the Mandate as we move through this transitional period. This article, and others on our site including this one are intended as resources in order to clarify what’s happening and dispel misinformation.

SaferWatch™ Partners with CarrierLists for Online Sourcing of Validated Carriers

SaferWatch™, the logistics industry leader in motor carrier information and risk management solutions, has partnered with CarrierLists to provide online access to precision searches of validated carriers by specific trailer type, preferred lanes and specializations. CarrierLists is a powerful database of motor carrier fleets, verified by interview and specifically designed to make it easy to find the right carriers to move freight.

Trucking Company’s Certificate of Liability Insurance

The savvy broker will require the Liability Insurance Certificate to clearly state the primary insurance policies applicable in terms of cargo insurance, auto, bodily injury, and property damage (“BIPD”) as well as Worker’s Compensation and General Liability Insurance in order to prevent either the wrong party, or multiple parties, from being held financially accountable for liability they did not take on. A good rule of thumb is to always include a section wherein both the insurance producer (or agent) and the insured are named, and their contact information and phone numbers are listed. It’s also probably a good idea to keep the policy number on file.

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