Pro tips to save money on your tow truck insurance

Save money on your tow truck insurance

Tow truck insurance isn’t cheap, we’re not going to lie. It can get pricey, especially depending on where your business is located and how many trucks you have. There are a lot of factors that play into your tow truck insurance rates, but we have some pro tips that will help you save on your premiums. You know that you need insurance to protect your business, your drivers, and your tow trucks, but there’s no reason that you can’t save yourself some cash while you’re at it.

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Six simple ways to improve safety at your tow truck business

Your tow truck insurance renewal rate depends on many factors.

When you drive tow trucks and haul other people’s cars, you know how important it is to be careful and safe. You’ve got a lot of responsibility on your shoulders, but there are some ways that your company can work on being as safe as possible. Even if you have a good safety record, with few accidents or other incidents, it’s important to do everything you can to cement that commitment to safety.

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10 tips for staying safe while driving at night (don’t let the dark get you down)

Make sure that your drivers use caution when driving at night.

Tow truck drivers work very odd hours. It’s just a fact of life that cars like to break down at the most inconvenient times, including in the dead of night. If you’re involved in the towing industry, chances are you’ve had your fair share of middle-of-the-night shifts. Rescuing stranded drivers and their cars is a full-time job, emphasis on the full-time.

But driving at night can be very dangerous. Conditions after the sun goes down get treacherous. It’s hard to see hazards that are close to the road, and we can’t see as far ahead of us as we’d like. Plus when it’s dark our bodies are programmed to sleep. Fatigue is another obstacle to contend with.

We’ve put together some tips to help you be safe while driving at night. There are some things you can do to face the dark and keep yourself and other drivers safer.

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