Author: Jeb Insurance

Commercial or Owner Operator Truck Insurance And Tornado Season

Georgia and other southern states have experienced an incredible amount of severe weather, including tornadoes this tornado season. The rounds of severe weather and tornadoes began in March, and they are still ongoing. While there is a known tornado season, we all know that a tornado can happen during any month of the year, and sometimes many are not prepared for the impact of a […]

Florida Owner Operator Insurance Topics: What’s Up With Oil Prices?

Fluctuating oil prices affect everyone! From the elderly grandmother’s heating bill to commuters heading to work, to fleet managers and Florida owner-operators fueling their rigs every day to deliver the groceries and goods our nation depends upon — we’re all impacted by an unstable oil market.  At J.E.B Insurance Services LLC, our customers are Florida’s owner operators and fleet managers. Here, we’ll explain what’s going on in […]

Iowa Fleet Truck Insurance News: Demand Peaks in IA

As many Americans continue to hunker down amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, demand for freight service in Iowa has grown exponentially. While this is excellent news for fleet managers and drivers, it means that end-users are experiencing extra-long wait times for delivery. This leads to customer service struggles for shippers and manufacturers, and Iowa fleet managers may be caught in the middle. Iowa Fleet and Freight Demands […]

What Does Physical Damage Insurance Cover?

Trucking is expensive. Whether leased or purchased, trucks are major investment that needs to be protected. Because of this, insurance is essential. There are many forms of insurance that exist in the trucking world, but one of the most valuable and wide-sweeping is physical damage insurance. If you have financed your equipment, purchasing it is essential. Physical damage insurance is an umbrella term within the […]

When Would I Be Covered By Bobtail Insurance?

Many truckers have bobtail insurance or they believe they have it. The coverage of bobtail insurance will provide a distinctive form of commercial auto liability coverage. In the trucking industry, owner-operators are leased to motor carriers. If a trucker starts his/her career leasing onto another motor carrier, this will often be a good way to learn the trucking business. What does it mean to lease with […]

Protect Your Fleet With Fleet Insurance

Insuring a fleet may seem like a breeze, but several factors will play a part in managing and obtaining fleet truck insurance. Creating an effective strategy for managing your fleet and your fleet truck insurance will ensure you remain compliant with the rules and regulations, and it will help you protect your finances and your assets. What is Fleet Truck Insurance? When we talk about […]

Troops to Truck Driving: How Veterans can Fast-Track their CDL

A number of Military Occupational Specialties (MOSs) require service members to drive heavy trucks. Despite their training and experience, transitioning military have previously had to jump through hoops in order to obtain a civilian CDL. That may no longer be the case, thanks to a new program from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Here is some more information, including who can qualify. Driving […]

Georgia Rig Insurance News: DOT Allows Food Trucks at Rest Areas

J.E.B. Insurance Services L.L.C. is proud to be your resource for Georgia’s big rig insurance. Our goal with these blogs is to provide Georgia’s CDL drivers and fleet managers with the resources they need, especially during times of crisis.  We’re thrilled to let Georgia drivers know that the Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) is temporarily changing the rules and allowing commercial food sales at interstate highway rest areas around […]

South Carolina Commercial Truck Insurance News: SC Truckers Feel the Strain of COVID-19

Commercial drivers in South Carolina are beginning to feel the strain of the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic. While CDL drivers may be experiencing lighter traffic – and in some cases, lighter loads – closed restaurants and truck stops throughout SC have reduced the opportunities for OTR drivers to get out of the cab and have a hot meal. South Carolina Commercial Truckers Focus on Health & Hygiene While OTR […]

Commercial Drivers and Owner Operators: Protect Yourself From Scams

There are numerous stories in the trucking industry that involve carriers believing they have transported a load they believed to be legitimate, but ultimately realized they were a target in a scam. Generally, a fraudster pinpoints truck drivers in various scams because of the large size of the truck and the numerous commercial truck insurance requirements. When the drivers realize they hauled a load they […]

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