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  • Triumph Insurance
  • August 11, 2016

Three Myths About Buying Truck Parts

Buying aftermarket parts can be risky and is rightfully so. Valuing at $30.1 billion, the fact that the same Original Equipment Manufacturer, OEM for short, part can be available through several different manufacturers is just part of the problem. All this creates a challenge for fleet managers to know exactly which part best fits as…

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  • Triumph Insurance
  • August 10, 2016

7 Truck Driving Tips for New and Returning Drivers

Whether you’re a seasoned driver or someone who just received your CDL, there are truck driving tips you should always keep in mind. Following these tips will help you from getting into accidents and protect you as well as others around you. Let’s get to it. Tip #1 – Think bigger You’re not in a…

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  • Triumph Insurance
  • August 8, 2016

Notice: How to Stay Compliant with the Updated Trade Agreements Act

On May 5, 2016, many schedule contractors received a notice of the government’s continual examination of compliance to the Trade Agreements Act (TAA). Schedule contractors are required to comply with this act by verifying the country of origin for all of their products. If you are a government contractor, here are a few tips to…

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  • Triumph Insurance
  • August 4, 2016

Is Replacing Your Old Truck Worth the Investment?

Fleet Advantage has made public its second quarter 2016 Truck Lifecycle Data Index, TLDI, comparing all-in operating costs of early model Class 8 trucks to all-in operating costs of current model year replacements. Results from the research indicate that fleet operators can reduce costs by up to $18,816 by replacing a 2011 cab or $9,521…

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