How Government Oversight [Will] Impact Clients with Six-Wheel Trucks

By | June 15, 2016

Just when you thought we have all the federal government oversight there could possibly be, we now have this:

“Note the intentional wording of the headline:  Government oversight of the trucking industry may impact commercial clients you don’t consider to be trucking insureds.
Today, a “motor carrier” refers to any business that uses a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) of 10,001 or higher—typically a unit with six wheels, or a unit with a trailer—in interstate commerce.”

Continue on and read the entire article if you own a “six-wheeler” and might just use it for hauling.

How Government Oversight Impacts Clients with Six-Wheel Trucks