To help fleets deal with current economic conditions, National Truck League is offering additional coverage to its popular Trucker's Income Replacement Plan program. The plan protects professional dri...
To help fleets deal with current economic conditions, National Truck League is offering additional coverage to its popular Trucker’s Income Replacement Plan program. The plan protects professional drivers and their families in the event of loss of income due to an on-or off-the-job injury. Customers may now choose customized options, including owner/ operator lump sum coverage ranging between $100,000 and $500,000 as well as weekly benefits of between $400 and $1,000, the company says. The added flexibility gives owner/operators more choice in coverage and extra peace of mind, NTL says. For more, contact Rod Stiller at firstname.lastname@example.org call 800-265-6509.
There’s another player in the diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) market. Old World Industries has announced it will distribute its BlueDEF to the commercial vehicle industry beginning in 2010. Engines using selective catalytic reduction (SCR) will require the fluid in order to operate and comply with EPA2010 emissions regulations. Old World Industries says it has an established supply network of 10 production locations and more than 4,500 distribution points. For information, visit www.bluedef.com.
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