Trucking Safety Services

Safety Services for Owner Operators and Small Fleets

Safety services for truckers

Our accounting professionals are ready to assist owner-operators, commercial truckers and small fleets with their accounting needs. Additionally, engaging the services of a professional accountant is more cost-effective than having an accountant on staff.

A small business owner is required to maintain an increasing number of financial records: quarterly tax estimates, receipts, settlement statements, profit and loss statements, budgets, and so on. Instead of it, you may optimize your potential and invest in expert accounting for your trucking company with us.

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WHY CHOOSE US

We are doing our best while you focus on core operational concerns of your transportation company

You get assurance in right using ELD avoiding technology and hardware challenges, elements of human error, and the added frustration of meeting FMCSA compliance requirements

We provide the most profitable decision instead of your own maintenance or safety staff to use of ELDs

We keep the drivers' work more safety, because of controlling work schedule and road distance. We maximize the result and minimize risk

WHAT OWNER OPERATORS SAY ABOUT FLEET

In the year I worked for driver hire, they placed me into 2 full-time contracts, the staff at the recruiting department were very helpful and professional, going out of their way to get me placed with the most appropriate employers for me. I recommend Fleet Care Group.

In the year I worked for driver hire, they placed me into 2 full-time contracts, the staff at the recruiting department were very helpful and professional, going out of their way to get me placed with the most appropriate employers for me. I recommend Fleet Care Group.

Brandon Dixon

Great company that will help you the best they can. Always there to get you to work when you need it and the work is pretty good too.

Great company that will help you the best they can. Always there to get you to work when you need it and the work is pretty good too.

Samuel Willson

Great team very helpful always have work available also assisted me when I was offered a full time job rate of pay could be better but they were the only agency to give me a chance as a new pass driver would definitely work for them again.

Great team very helpful always have work available. Also assisted me when I was offered a full time job rate of pay could be better but they were the only agency to give me a chance as a new pass driver would definitely work for them again.

Alex Larkins

Frequently Asked Questions

Our agents will stay in contact with you and/or your drivers to obtain their current location and ETA to delivery. Once we know where you are and where you’re going, we’ll begin working on getting you a reload. Once a qualified load is found, our agents will begin to gather information and negotiate rates. We’ll always contact you for approval on every load so there’s nothing to worry about. If you agree to the load offer, we will begin the set-up process, completing packets, requesting insurance certificates, and submitting the necessary documents to the broker. Once complete we will sign the rate confirmation, dispatch you or your driver, and send you the original rate confirmation for your records.

While many other truck dispatch companies out there charge a monthly fee whether you book loads with them or not, we do not. There are no monthly fees or monthly minimums. We make money when you make money. Plain and simple.

In an environment where load hijacking and fraudulent double brokering occur daily, Fleet Care takes security very seriously. Only verified and reliable transportation professionals are permitted to use Fleet Care Load Boards. Before we provide service to a customer we make sure they have a valid Motor Carrier (MC) number, Federal Identification number or agent agreement.

We also provide you with the tools you need to qualify each company you find before you work with them. Get up-to-date broker credit scores, average days to pay.

Answer: We only do business with brokers who have a good reputation and who we know will pay you 

The primary practical difference is that dispatchers are working on your behalf to secure good-paying loads. Dispatchers only get paid when you get paid and often use a combination of broker connections and load boards to find loads. Freight brokers, on the other hand, typically make profits by naming prices to shippers and offering lower rates to carriers. That said, brokers often have reliable relationships with shippers, which makes them good resources for finding freight.

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