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When you bring your business to our TRANSPORTATION specialists at HUB International Insurance Brokers, you receive the combined power of our vast global resources and solid local relationships. Our longstanding relationships with the best providers in the business allow us to deliver the solution that serves you best. With HUB, you can run your business knowing that you are headed in the right direction.

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  • September 27, 2012
    Professional drivers know that, despite being labeled "minor", the mere occurrence of an accident means potential problems. Even if it is not your fault, it means time, money, and headaches. Yet proper actions, from the beginning, can help to minimize the problems arising from the accident. While these suggestions are common sense, they are often forgotten in the post-accident fog. The driver is always the first line of defense in potential...
  • September 27, 2012
    When planning a trip, be it a holiday or a long haul, the journey is just as important as the destination - especially when considering the condition and saftey of the roads and highways you plan on traveling. According to the Canadian Automobile Association, whether it's congested traffic, poor design, potholes, or unmaintained pavement, many of Canada's highways are need of some serious work or redesign. Three highways in the province of BC...
  • September 26, 2012
    Our HUB Transportation experts want to remind drivers of commercial vehicles that in the province of BC, you must carry chains from October 1 to April 30. Make sure your chains fit your tires, and practice installing them before you need to use them.   Tia Chisholm, HUB International TRANSPORTATION HUB International TRANSPORTATION specialists are based in Vancouver. Our longstanding relationships with the best providers in the business...
  • September 26, 2012
    Occupational motor vehicle incidents are the number one cause of traumatic worker deaths in British Columbia; on average, 30 workers are killed each year. Operating a motor vehicle requires a driver's full attention. Twenty-five per cent of all vehicle crashes that occur annually in B.C. can be attributed to distracted driving. Wireless devices, such as cell phones, are the number one cause of these distractions. Whatever the reason,...
  • September 24, 2012
    Every day thousands of workers in British Columbia drive while they're on the job - not only couriers and truck drivers but also sales people, homecare workers, utility workers and countless others. Employers have responsibilities to keep their respective workplaces safe, even if that workplace is a car, light-duty truck or big rig. You can reduce your organization's road safety risk by following these five key steps to enhance employee road...
  • September 20, 2012
    On Friday, a jury in Texas handed down a $21 million verdict against Coca-Cola for damages arising from an August 2010 distracted driving crash involving one of its employees using a mobile phone while driving. The plaintiff, who suffered permanent nerve damage in her back, has not been able to work since the accident in August 2010. Her attorney said that Coca-Cola Refreshments was aware of the danger driving while talking on a cell phone posed...

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