Does your business own your vehicles?

Many businesses have commercial autos and hire drivers to drive.  I would like to forward some basic safety tips that can help you reduce the chance of your employees and/or you from the chance from being injured in an automobile accident:

-When you hire drivers, make sure that you hire safe one. Remember that your drivers represent your business when they are on the road. Once they are on board, you may want to train your drivers regarding best practices, such as the ones described below.

– It’s best to focus all of your attention on the road. Did you know that engaging in visual-manual subtasks (such as reaching for a phone, dialing and texting) associated with the use of hand-held phones and other portable devices increases the risk of getting into a crash? Avoid anything that can distract you while driving.

– Maintain safe equipment. Well-maintained vehicles are not only safer, they can help you save money.

-Always, always wear your seatbelt. Seat belts reduce serious crash-related injuries and deaths. It is sad to hear of accidents that injured people who might have otherwise been protected had they been wearing seatbelts.

Our agency offers a comprehensive line of business insurance, including general liability, cyber, employment practices, and workers’ compensation coverage from a lot of different insurance carriers. We take your information once and then we go quote your insurance with all the carriers we have. We present this info to you. Let us quote your insurance. Send us a copy of it via email. We will use the information on the policy. We will need your EIN and your drivers name, date-of-birth, driver’s license and state and their marital status. To learn more, please contact Bonnie Grant at 702-541-0882 or getinsurance@arisnv.com

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