An exclusive insurance option your fleet can’t afford to pass up:
- Do you want a free insurance quote in minutes?
- Are you looking for a program that takes safe driving habits into account?
- Are you tired of paying a large chunk of your insurance premium up front?
- Would you prefer to pay for insurance on a monthly basis?
- Do you operate a fleet with 1-20 trucks?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, Aon Affinity’s Motor Carrier Insurance Program is the insurance solution for you.
The Small Fleet Advantage:
Aon Affinity’s Small Fleet Advantage is a new motor carrier insurance program now available for qualifying Minnesota fleets! This program is offered exclusively to fleets with 1-20 trucks, and it’s only available through the CarrierHQ platform. Designed with you in mind, this motor carrier insurance program enables you to pay monthly installments through your factoring activity. Your premium is directly influenced by your driving habits: safe driving = lower premium. With no down payment required and competitive annual insurance premiums, CarrierHQ helps you take your business to the next level.
Trucking is an irreplaceable part of the Minnesota economy, providing more than 130,000 jobs within the state with an average annual salary of nearly $49,000. Almost 18,000 trucking companies operate in Minnesota, most of which are locally owned small businesses. Almost 70% of Minnesota communities rely on the trucking industry to ship and deliver their goods, and the Minnesota trucking industry pays more than $550 million in federal and state taxes.
The Minnesota Trucking Association Helps Minnesota Trucking Companies
The Minnesota Trucking Association (MTA) exists to provide the trucking industry with a voice. Over the years, obtrusive and illogical regulations have impeded trucking industry growth, hampered the quality of life of truck drivers all over the country, and interfered with the distribution network of the US due to misguided legislative action. The MTA and many other state-level trucking associations act as representatives of the trucking industry, providing representation at all levels of government while also providing invaluable support services, training programs, and economic benefits to member companies and their employees.
Since 1932, the MTA has held a mission of improving working conditions for trucking industry employees, encouraging logical and reasonable regulations, and developing safety training programs. The goals of the MTA include safety, workforce development, efficiency, innovation, and leadership. Programs like Safety First and Share the Road have not only led to fewer fatal crashes involving trucks in Minnesota, but also improved driver training and implemented innovative new safety features for Minnesota-based trucking companies.
The MTA has also led initiatives aimed at reducing fuel consumption and curbing the environmental impact of the trucking industry. The MTA has partnered with the Environmental Protection Agency and other businesses to help reduce emissions over the years, successfully reducing sulfur emissions from diesel fumes by 97% since 1999. These efforts are just one example of how the MTA strives to improve the lives of American in Minnesota and beyond.