As a small business owner, you’ve probably heard that reviews are worth their weight in gold. But maybe you’re wondering if that’s true, or just a bunch of bologna. Or maybe you’ve decided to give it a try – however reluctantly – and you’re wondering how to get reviews for your small business. It’s not like you can snap your fingers and have a cache of thoughtful, glowing, and well-written reviews appear on your website (as cool as that would be.) We’ll explain why reviews are so important for your business and give you some tips to get online reviews for your business.
As an employer, you might be weighing the costs of offering group health insurance and benefits. The price tag of group health insurance might seem quite large, and if you’re not legally required to offer it you might be tempted to forego it as part of your business insurance plan. However, we’ve got 6 reasons to consider offering group health insurance.
When you’re running a tow truck business, you have a lot on your mind. You have to manage your drivers, keep track of your accounting, fill out paperwork, and, of course, deal with the tow truck insurance. One coverage you might have questions about is garage liability insurance. First of all, what is garage liability insurance? And why would you need garage liability insurance if you don’t have a garage? We’re going to explain what garage liability is, why you might want to consider it, and how you can get quotes for garage liability insurance.
A very important week is coming right up. September 9th-15th is National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, which is a time to celebrate all professional truck drivers and tow truck operators and the hard work they do every day. Truck driving is not for the faint of heart – it’s a lot of hard work and it’s not easy. Truckers are a vital part of the American economy, which relies on moving goods all over the country. This is a time to say “thanks” to the over 3 million professional truckers across the United States.
You’ve made up your mind – you want to start a tow truck business. You’re going to yourself out there and create your very own business. Congratulations! There’s definitely freedom in being your own boss, and knowing that you built something is very satisfying. Now, towing is not for the faint-of-heart. It’s hard work, and the work is rain-or-shine, day or night. But you get the satisfaction of knowing that you’ve done an honest day’s worked and really helped people. So, all this being said – you’re going to create your own business. We’ve got some tips on how to start a tow truck business.
As a tow truck business, it’s important that you have a stellar team. You need people who are hard-working, good-natured, and committed to getting the job done safely. Towing is not an easy job, and when you’ve got a great team, it can be a real wrench if people start leaving your business. Running a successful towing business is hard work, and you depend on your drivers. How are you supposed to replace the great tow-people that no longer work for you? Well, that might not be the question to ask yourself. Maybe a different approach is to ask how to retain your best tow truck drivers. We’ve got a few tips to help you keep your top talent.
Chances are you’ve heard about some of the major data breaches that have taken place over the past few years – Target and Equifax, to name a couple. The thing that small business owners have to remember is that it’s not just the big corporations that are at risk of data breaches. In fact, most of the targets for data breaches are small or medium-sized businesses. So, that means that it’s important to take steps to improve cybersecurity in your Atlanta business. How do you do that? We’ve got eight tips.
There’s a lot to consider when you get tow truck insurance, and it can get a little overwhelming. When you’re getting insurance in a high-risk industry like towing, it’s crucial that you get the right coverage to protect your business, your drivers, and your trucks. Check out the following common tow truck insurance mistakes so you know what to look out for when you’re buying tow truck insurance.
Working on the side of the road as a tow truck operator can be dangerous and, at times, frightening. Many of the risks you and your drivers face aren’t under your direct control – for example, you can’t stop someone else from texting behind the wheel, and you can’t make it stop raining. But you can do your best to create a culture of safety at your business in an effort to keep your drivers out of harm’s way.
What’s a culture of safety, you may ask?
It means that safety is a fundamental part of what your business is. Safety is so deeply ingrained in your tow truck business that it influences how your employees act and go about their jobs.
So, how can you create a culture of safety?
Let’s take a look at these seven tips for creating a culture of safety.
If you have a tow truck business that does repo you know that your line of work comes with lots of risks – there are the incidental risks of driving and towing, of course, but there are also risks specific to repo that you’re exposed to every time you go on a job. And that’s why it’s so important to get the right tow truck insurance for your repo business. But how much does repo insurance cost? We’ll explain what wrongful repo insurance is and how much insurance for a repo business costs.