National Truck Driver Appreciation Week

This year, National Truck Driver Appreciation Week is being observed during the week of September 8th -14th.  It’s a time for America to recognize and thank all professional truck drivers for their dedication, as they tackle one of our economy’s most critical and challenging jobs.

As an agent, we know finding a Workers' Comp trucking solution for your clients can be a challenging job as well.  Protecting these truckers is paramount, regardless if they’re classified as employees or have independent contractor status.  All Risks can help protect this increasingly growing class.

Current Trucking Statistics from the American Trucking Association

US_icon There are 7.7 million truck drivers in the United States.
jobs_icon Total Trucking industry employment is 3.5 million or one out of every 16 people working in the United States.
location_icon There are 777,240 for-hire carriers and 700,591 private carriers in the United States.

The vast majority of carriers are small businesses.

  • 97% operate fewer than 20 trucks
  • 91% operate six trucks or less
shipping_icon More than 80% of U.S. communities depend solely on trucking for delivery of their goods and commodities.
money_icon Annually, the trucking industry invests at least $9.5 billion in safety, including safety technologies, safety training, driver safety incentive pay, and compliance with safety regulations.

*American Trucking Association statistics

Since no two truckers have the same needs, All Risks offers Trucking coverage options including Workers' Compensation and Occupational Accident, that can be customized to meet the size of your fleet and budget.

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