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Turning the Page on the MCS-90 We covered the basics of the operation of the MCS-90 Endorsement on a previous blog post outlining how it relates to an insurance policy. To take it a step ...
Changes Are Coming to Michigan’s No-Fault Laws Effective July 2, 2020, the state of Michigan is set to see a significant change to its existing No-Fault law.  Since 1973, Michigan drivers have been required to ...
Understanding Your Auto Liability’s Hired & Non-Owned Exposure As the market is firming for corporate auto liability programs, one of the recent causes for higher costs is the rise in “Hired and Non-Owned Auto (H&NO)” ...
How Does the MCS-90 Endorsement Relate to an Insurance Policy? Motor carriers commonly request MCS-90 Endorsements from their insurance companies.  Let’s explore how the MCS-90 relates to a motor carrier’s insurance policy.
Commercial Auto Policies: Closing the Loop on ISO’s 2013 Coverage Revisions When Old Republic issues Commercial Auto Policies, a primary objective is to ensure that each policy is compliant with statutes and regulations in each state ...
Fleet Management: Telematics Evaluating a trucking risk today remains centered on safety programs, accident investigation, vehicle maintenance, driver qualifications and, of course, loss ...
Becoming a Superior Auto Risk “There! I have a fleet safety program.  What more would anyone expect?  After all, I’m not in the transportation business….” It might be natural for business ...
Motor Carrier Filings In order to operate as a licensed motor carrier in interstate commerce (across state lines), the motor carrier is required to register with the Federal Motor ...

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