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Need a New Truck? The News Isn’t So Good

In one of their more famous hits, the Rolling Stones declared: “You can’t always get what you want,But if you try sometimesyou just might findYou get what you need!” So it is, if you’re in the hunt for a tree care chassis and body rig. Most of us are aware of the worldwide shortage of […]

Misconceptions About Property-Insurance Coverage for Trees on Houses

Disclaimer: The following article discusses generalities of property-insurance policies and is not to be taken as legal advice or definitive information about specific coverages or specific loss. Every policy is different, and to interpret each policy, the insured must consult a licensed public adjuster or an attorney in their state. With the internet enabling the […]

Telematics: Tracking Your Fleet Pays in Many Ways

The pandemic of 2020-21 created another trend for tree care companies, Tony Nicoletti observes. At a time when schedules are full and supply-chain delays have slowed manufacturing, there’s been an increase in stolen equipment. “One of the big issues that’s become more prevalent during the pandemic is the incidence of theft,” says Nicoletti, director of […]

Maximizing Compensation From Vehicle Accidents

Accidents involving company vehicles happen all the time, whether the company driver is at fault or not. Even with proper signage indicating tree work is in progress, “Companies that park their units on the roadway, like those in the tree industry, tend to have a higher not-at-fault incident rate,” says Brian Ludlow, executive vice president […]

How to Avoid Failing Roadside Inspections

TCI Magazine asked a few member companies how they manage adherence to Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations in order to avoid failing roadside inspections. Among the points they seemed to agree on is that a broken lightbulb is enough to get a truck put out of service, and that the cost and effort it takes […]

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