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.

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The Small Fleet Advantage:

Aon Affinity’s Small Fleet Advantage is a new motor carrier insurance program now available for qualifying Alabama 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.

About North Dakota

North Dakota communities rely heavily on the state’s trucking industry, for both the more than 32,000 jobs it provides as well as its economic impact. About one of every 11 jobs in North Dakota fall within the trucking industry, which pays about $2 billion in wages each year. More than 3,300 trucking companies operate out of North Dakota, and most of these are small businesses that support a wide network of other small businesses and partner companies throughout the state. About half of the communities in North Dakota rely exclusively on trucks to receive and ship their goods, and trucks ship roughly 70% of all manufactured tonnage from the state each year.

North Dakota Trucking and the US Economy

Each year, the North Dakota trucking industry pays more than $200 million in state and federal taxes. The industry pays about 54% of all roadway taxes owed by North Dakota motorists each year, despite the fact that trucks only represent about 22% of all vehicle miles driven in the state each year. Trucking companies in North Dakota also tend to pay much higher taxes than other businesses each year. For example, in January of 2017 the average five-axle tractor-semitrailer combination paid nearly $5,000 in state roadway user fees and taxes and almost $9,000 in fees and taxes.

Over the years, the North Dakota trucking industry has faced numerous challenges, many of which resulting from intrusive and illogical government regulations and underrepresentation of the trucking industry before local, state, and federal lawmakers. The North Dakota Motor Carriers Association (NDMCA) exists to provide North Dakota trucking companies and their employees with a voice.

What Does the NDMCA Offer?

The NDMCA is a member-driven nonprofit organization that has promoted the North Dakota trucking industry’s interests since 1934. The NDMCA works with local, state, and federal agencies on nationwide safety initiatives like the Share the Road program and Vision Zero, a national effort to reduce the number of fatal traffic accidents to zero.

The NDMCA also offers a wide range of membership benefits including free services, product and service discounts from partnered companies, training programs, seminars, and annual networking events. North Dakota member companies and their employees continue to support the NDMCA due to their unwavering commitment to improving the lives of their members and advocating for the interests of the North Dakota trucking industry.


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