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Maintaining Your Transport Company In Full Compliance

The US Department of Transportation has certainly kept up with enforcement -- in the last few days it has shut down two bus companies, one Illinois based and the other a Mexican based operating in the U.S., both because of their drivers and vehicles posing an imminent hazard to public safety.  And in the last few weeks it has either fined or shut down a number of other carriers.  Public safety and regulatory compliance are priorities, why risk being shut down?

If revenues are tight, talk to a financial expert that specializes in helping trucking and transportation companies, there should be financial options to help carriers keep up their fleet and operation in full compliance.  If you are a carrier that needs help and would like us to find someone that can possible assist, please send us an email.


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